HOW ABOUT EUROPE? Some Footnotes on East and West.
Edition: First trade edition.
London: Chatto & Windus, 1930. Hardcover first edition - A series of essays on just how badly things have declined in Europe - and in England - especially as comparted to the East. Commenting on executions to English cooking, to a false sense of racial superiority and of the evils wrought by missionaries and colonial powers throughout the world, as well as on the works of Nietzsche and Darwin, among others, these essays are acerbic but entertaining. 264 pp.
Condition: Good condition in the original orange cloth with gilt lettering on the spine (sunning and toning to the spine, some soiling on the covers, usual toning to the pages, but overall a tight and sturdy copy and well worth reading)