New York: New Directions, 1970.
First edition thus.
A moving tribute to the genius of the sculptor Gaudier-Brzeska, killed in the trenches at the age of 23, having already supplied superb proof, in his drawings and surviving sculptures that his work was at the forefront of his age.
Ezra Pound, a close friend, assembles his letters, essays and some assessments of the tragically few pieces that survive.
This rare, later edition contains pieces written after Pound's first 1916 tribute, as well as 30 pages of illustrations and photographs.
Near Fine in fine dust-jacket. Hardcover.