London, Wishart, 1932. First Edition. First Impression. Hardback. A very good copy. An association copy inscribed 'To my darling Rabbit from Tyger' with a small sketch of a rabbit and a tiger (which in my mind would result in a blood bath). Locke notes on the endpaper that the inscription is 'almost certainly' in the author's hand; I'll defer to Locke's judgement and expertise for this. A satirical fantasy involding the devil [Clute & Grant, p896; Stableford, p110]. In Bleiler [p200] under 'visitors from other worlds' and 'the devil'. An uncommon book, no copies found at auction or on the market. Spine tips worn, a couple of short, closed tears to the edges and spine tips including one around 20mm to lower edge. Tears taped to the jacket interior. Some fading to the boards and a little dustiness to the top edge. [7899, Hyraxia Books].