Very Good. Item #002282
London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1965. Limited First Edition. Signed by the author without inscription and numbered 497 of 500 copies on limitation page. Octavo; 55pp. Blue buckram with silver lettering to spine, housed in gray paper-covered slipcase with paper title card to front. Boards are square with a couple spots of fading. Binding is sound and pages unmarked. Slipcase is showing the starts of splits at top and, more slightly, bottom edges, but is sturdy and solid overall.
Long spiritual prose poem, which originally debuted via radio broadcast on the BBC Third Programme the year prior. Lehmann founded the literary journals New Writing and The London Magazine, and was for a time a managing director at Virginia and Leonard Woolf's the Hogarth Press before founding his own eponymous publishing house.