Vancouver, B.C. William Hoffer, 1984. 1st. Half leather. First Edition, Limited to 106 copies, of which copies 1-10 have been handbound in leather by Charlotte Bagshawe, this copy being number 8. Small 4to. 58,  pp. Translated, with an Introduction by Barry Asker. Designed by Robert Bringhurst. Printed on Carlyle Japan paper made at the Domtar mill in Beauharnois, Quebec. Half black leather over marbled paper covered boards; gilter decoration & lettering to spine; marbled endpapers' housed in black paper slipcase. A fine copy inf fine slipcase. Item #17753
Publications of the F.P. Greve Seminar, Number One. "This translation of F. P. Grove's essay "Oscar Wilde" provides further evidence of Grove's literary interests during his early, highly productive years in Germany. The original was published by Gose & Tetzlaff in Berlin in 1903 and is the first of three long pieces Grove wrote on Wilde." - Introduction.