Greenwich, Connecticut: The Dial Publishing Company, Inc., 1923. First Edition, First Printing. Small 4to (9 3/4 x 6 1/4 inches; 250 x 160 mm), 104 pages and an additional 20 pages of advertisements and plates, in wrappers with yapp edges.This issue of THE DIAL contains the first appearance of Virginia Woolf's short story, "Mrs. Dalloway in Bond Street." (See pages 20-27.) It was, of course, the basis for her later novel, Mrs. Dalloway, published in 1925.Also in this issue: articles by William Butler Yeats, Van Wyck Brooks, Alfred Kreymborg, and others, as well as art work by Lovis Corinth, Carl Hofer, Norman-Bel Geddes, and Pierre Bonnard. There's also a review of Virginia Woolf's book, Jacob's Room, by David Garnett. Item #1687
CONDITION: Some soiling to the wrappers and curling of the wrappers' yapp edges. Internally, clean and bright. A Very Good or better copy.