"SHE WAS AWARE OF NUMBED, SLIGHT PAIN, AND OF SLEEPINESS, AND OF BEING LOST"
TREVOR, William. Dreaming. (Hatfield, England: Stellar Press, 1973). Small octavo, original paper wrappers; pp. 17. $225.
Limited first edition, one of 225 copies of this excerpt from Trevor's novel Elizabeth Alone.
"Because his prose is as plain and natural as daylight, his tremendous achievement seems effortless. Though he shares much of the richness of his countrymen Yeats and Joyce, he avoids their sourness of spirit, and though his vision of the human tragedy can be as dark as that of the Greeks, it is also deeply, though never entirely, comic" (New York Times). Gift inscription on limitation page.
A fine copy.