London: Oresko Books, 1979.
A mainly photographic portrait of the great eccentric and minor poet Edith Sitwell, who with her brothers ruled over the literary scene in England during the '20s and '30s.
Serenely narcissistic, she commissioned or attracted a stunning number of portraits, drawings, paintings, busts and the celebrated photographs by Cecil Beaton, who also did the best cartoon of the Sitwell siblings.
Hardcover with jacket. 102 pages.