Title: Granite & Rainbow, Essays.
Publisher: Hogarth Press. London.
Publication Date: 1958
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
FIRST EDITION. -6 contents; [7-8] editorial note by Leonard Woolf;  fly-title;  blank; 11-145;  blank;  fly-title;  blank; 149- printed pages (evenly and lightly toned). 15 x 22 cm. sky-blue cloth boards, lettered in gilt on spine Complete with white dust-jacket printed in sky-blue and black, designed by Vanessa Bell (not price clipped and unrepaired, spine slightly toned with a few very minor marks and a number of short closed tears at edges and particuarly on the front upper hinge and head of the central panel). Six thousand copies were printed at 18 shillings each. There was a second impression of 2,000 copies. The last of four posthumous collections of Woolf's essays edited by Leonard Woolf. "Truth", Virginia Woolf, envisioned as "something of granite-like solidity", and personality as something of "rainbow-like intangibility", and the aim of biography , she proposed, was to "weld these two into one seamless whole". A wonderful group of literary critical appreciation. Kirkpatrick, A34A. Seller Inventory # 5235