London: Allen & Undwin (1948). Hardcover. First Edition. Book Condition: Fine with green top-edge dye. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine in price-clipped jacket. 141 pages.
Lewis is often cited as the finest poet to emerge from WWII, during which he died while posted to Burma. This collection features not his poetry, but several letters & short stories, as well as a preface by noted Shakespeare scholar (and fellow Welshman) A.L. Rowse, a postscript by Gwyn Jones, a sonnet by Vernon Watkins & several drawings throughout by John Petts.