n. pl. n. pub. (copy of Round Table Press edition), n.d. 13p., plus cover sheet; typewritten from original edition (copyright &c noted), this a carbon-copy. Standard (11 x 8.5 inch) flimsies, rectos only, edges of several pages nibbled by insects, not affecting legibility; pen notations indicate the page numbers of the orifginal text. Expertly typed and fully legible. Fastened with a paper clip at upper left.
By"expertly typed" this cataloguer means typed without annoying mistakes, lay-out tolerable to the eye, numbered pages, all the fixings for intelligibility. Text is rendered perhaps too densely, an aesthetic drawback.
The original Round Table Press edition was a small book with big print, this is complete even though done as thirteen pages. Plainly this American "samizdat" issue was intended to extend the reach of the text of an even-then scarce book. Original date (1935) city (New York) and publisher are named on the title sheet.