No Place, Privately Printed, 1908. Limited Edition. Paperback. A fine copy. An unattributed book, number 1 of 50 copies produced, presumably, by the author. The present copy has an inscription to one of the prelims signed Stuart [delange? De Lange? Delaforce?] - I presume that would unravel the mystery of the author. The book itself is an allegorical poem expressing a world (a time?) where Time ends. It's a fairly middling, slightly surreal poem but the book's production is lovely. Bound in limp vellum(?) with handmade paper and a deckle edge. In a transparent jacket with a little edgewear. The only copy I've located is in Oxford. [10576, Hyraxia Books].