Title:In a Strange Land - Essays
Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1944, 167 pages. Small chips and wear to top and bottom of dustjacket spine, age spots at extremities of inside pages. "This is not a hasty supplement to 'Last Essays' but a careful choice of representative writings, hitherto uncollected, and ranging from 1918 to 1940. 'The Lord's Song', which introduces the volume, is perhaps the author's most powerful statement on the theme of human responsibility. But for many readers the great treasure of this collection will be the 'Diary in Ireland', a vivid and intimate record of scenes, talk and people there in the troubled days of 1919.
Second hand Hardback