New York: Covici Friede, 1928. Hardcover. Number 328 of 750 copiers. An additional 100 copies were signed and specially bound. A bit of a whimsy: epigrams and aphorisms by Wilde from the beyond, taken down in "automatic writing" by the otherwise unidentified Lazar. The epigrams are unfortunately not in the same league as Wilde's own trenchant observations on life and more - and Lazar would have us believe Wilde began speaking in Americanisms when he reached the other side. But as it is observed here that "pedantry is stupidity that read a book," it is probably churlish to look too closely. Set by hand in Lutitia Cursive type and printed on a Van Rees Press on Normandy Vellum paper. In tan cloth backed paper covered boards with gilt title to spine. Minor wear to edges and corners of boards. Short closed tears along the top margins of a couple pages. Clean and bright. In a good tan dust jacket with black title and design to front panel. The edges of the jacket are chipped and the spine panel is no longer present. The bottom edge of the rear panel of the jacket is dampstained, but it looks like the jacket successfully protected the book as there is no evidence of staining to the boards. 37 pages. PRI/053111. Very good in good dust jacket.