THE LOVE OF MYRRHINE AND KONALLIS; [Association copy, inscribed].

Chicago: Pascal Covici, 1926. First edition. Number 339 of 1010 copies -- this one INSCRIBED BY ALDINGTON TO HIS FRIEND, the philosopher and writer, "Henry Slonimsky/ from/ Richard Aldington/ at/ Malthouse Cottage/ 7-7-26." Slonimsky was a professor of ethics and philosophy of religion at the Jewish Institute of Religion in New York. "In 1926 he became dean of the school, retiring in 1952. As an inspiring teacher, who shared his intellectual and human problems with his students, he profoundly influenced many American rabbis (Encyclopaedia Judaica)." Tall 8vo (or small 4to) gilt-stamped black cloth boards; 112 pages; endpapers and dust jacket designs by Frank Mechau. Near fine in very good to near fine, lightly soiled dust jacket with shallow chipping to spine ends and corners and few small tears.
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