London, Boriswood, 1934. Limited Edition. Hardback. A science fiction novel concerning a a visitor from the future ovserving the present day. Bleiler has it as a supermen novel with visitors from elsewhere. An important work of feminist SF wherein our protagonist arrives in the 20th century from an androgynous future taking both female and male forms in the present day. The present copy is one of 17 special copies signed by the author in a different binding with a glassine jacket. The book is signed, as issued, without inscription. The signature page states that 12 copies were signed and numbered, and five copies were presentation copies. It's not clear whether the presentation copies were inscribed to people or just unnumbered. The present copy is unnumbered. Glassice jacket is toned, but complete. Wrinkled. The book is in fine shape with an owner's inscription dated 1942. A little spotting and offsetting. An excellent book [Locke, vI, p57; Bleiler, p46] [8831, Hyraxia Books].