London: The Parton Press, 1936. Small 8vo. 43pp. White paper boards, black titles. First edition. Some chipping at spine ends and at bottom corner of rear board, light exterior soiling, slight bump to top corner of textblock. Else a very good, unmarked copy of the English poet's second volume of verse—the first in which he explicitly associated himself with the surrealist movement—published when Gascoyne was just 20 years of age. Uncommon, especially in such presentable condition.