Spanish rehearsal

New York: Sheed & Ward, 1937. xiv, 254p., first edition openweave blue cloth boards lettered in yellow, somewhat handled with signs of age.

"I should not be a whole-hearted supporter of the Nationalists if I did not believe that they were more determined to redress the just grievances of the poor than their opponents," p.11; earlier in the same introductory essay Lunn says that should he reverse his personal reluctance to vote, that he would vote for Chamberlain, that "if the Labour Party were in power, bellicose pacifists would already have plunged us into a continental war of ideologies." A 1974 reprint bears a short intro from William F. Buckley who likes his (to elide two compliments) "inflamed rationalism"

Cat.No: 20792

Price: $20.00