New York: Boni and Liveright, (1923). First edition. Hardcover. (58) pp., 12mo, orange cloth and decorative boards, dustjacket. Some soiling to spine, corners rubbed, endpapers toned, else about very good in moderately worn dustjacket. Item #22015
Tipped to jacket front flap is a typed letter on Gelett Burgess' stationary dated April 25th, 1923 signed by the author: "My dear Marthe; So glad to hear a word from you but why so brief? So glad, too, you liked my 'Educated Heart.' If you want a laugh, read the American Magazine this month (May issue) and if you want to know what kind of a girl I married, get McClure's for March and read 'Eleanor, the Second Hand' by Estelle Loomis. / P.G. appeared here - - disappeared, I know not where or why. I am wondering about you. What has time done to you? Yours always, [signed] Gelette." Regarding those named in the letter, Marthe appeantly was an old friend. Estelle Loomis was Burgess' wife. Could "P.G." refer to P.G. Wodehouse?