London: W. Collins Sons, (1921).
Hardcover. First edition. Foxing to foredge and endpapers, else fine in an attractive, very good dustwrapper with faint splash marks on the spine, and tiny tears. Winner of the Hawthornden Prize and the best-known novel by Wilson, the English wife of American anthologist Edward J. O'Brien who died tragically at age 39. She was a talented author who drew comparisons to the Brontes, Keats, and Katherine Mansfield. Very scarce in jacket.