London, Sheed & Ward, 1932. First Edition. Hardback. A near fine copy. Inscribed by the author with ALS tipped in. One of 250 copies printed by Rene Hague and Eric Gill. The recipient of the book and letter was a F.C. Nicholson, about whom I can find no details. Gray is best known for his work associated with the aesthete movement, along with Beardsley, Dowson and Wilde, the latter with whom he had a long relationship. Park considers a utopia wherein the descendants of caucasiains live below ground and the descendants of blacks are all Catholics. An uncommon book, particularly in jacket and inscribed. Spine a touch faded, some general handling wear to the jacket. But overall a superb copy. Illustrations by Denis Tegetmeier [9273, Hyraxia Books].