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T Fisher Unwin, London (Unwin's Cabinet Library edition - reprint), 1927. hardcover, 6 7/8" x 4 1/4" (no jacket issued). Some marks to front. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Red cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine and gold facsimile signature to front, marbled endpapers, gold top edges, uncut fore-edges. Originally published in 1883, and written under the pseudonym 'Ralph Iron', much of the book is clearly autobiographical - two leading characters, Lyndall and Waldo, are two sides of the author herself. The story reflects her childhood upbringing and the landscape in South Africa where she worked as a governess on isolated farms during the late 19th century. This, her first book, was hailed by contemporay English feminists.