1942 The Death of the Moth and Other Essays
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The first edition, first impression.
Lacking the original Vanessa Bell dust wrapper.
Consisting of over twenty essays, reviews, and other miscellaneous items, most notable the titular essay. Viewed as a discussion of mental illness, the essay compares the insignificant short struggle and life of a moth to the daily struggles of human existence.
A fascinating collection of essays from one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century, providing unique insights into Woolf's attitudes in the final years of her life.
In the original blue cloth binding. Externally very smart with slight fading to the extremities. Contemporary ink inscription to front free endpaper. Internally firmly bound. Pages bright and clean with the odd spot to the fore edge.
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