being the gospel of inaction: wherein are set forth in romance form certain reflections touching the curious characteristics of these ultimate years, and the divers causes thereof.
|Main Author:||Cram, Ralph Adams, 1863-1942.|
[Boston] Priv. print. for the author, 1893.
Colophon: Here ends the gospel of inaction called the Decadent, which is privately issued for the author by Copeland and Day, of Cornhill, Boston, in an edition limited to one hundred and ten copies on this yellow French handmade paper, and fifteen copies on thick Lalanne paper, which have been printed during October and November, MDCCCXCIII by John Wilson and Son, Cambridge, at the University Press. The frontispiece and initial letters are designed by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and cut upon wood by John Sample, jr.
Wright III, 1246.
 l., 41,  p.
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