London: Cassell (1933).
Uncommon and influential novel that traces several generations of a family’s life on land in nineteenth-century Ohio. Bromfield traces the interactions between the MacDougals, their neighbours, the nearby town, and the land itself.
Very good, rebound in 3/4 leather by Sangorski and Sutcliffe. Inscribed by the author to the socialite Audrey Pleydell Bouverie on endpaper. Bookplate of of Bouverie by Rex Whistler on front endpaper.