Newton, Alfred Edward. End Papers: Literary Recreations. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1933, limited “Dream-Children Edition,” number 1148 of 1351 copies, inscribed and signed by Newton on the limitation page: “Even without Thomas Hardy we should have had the Shropshire Lass / A . Edward Newton.” Hardcover, blue paper over tan cloth spine with navy spine titles and embossed image of Poseidon on the front cover, 16.5 by 24.3 cm, 235 pp., illus., with a facsimile of Charles Lamb’s “Dream-Children” manuscript in a pocket on the rear pastedown. Includes a married slipcase with the “Dream-Children” paper label on the spine, but numbered 966. The book is very good with only light sun fading along the edges, the slipcase has rubbing, small splits, and wear at each corner. Includes essays on Nelson, Trollope, Robinson Crusoe, Jack Jorrocks, Agnes Repplier, Oliver Goldsmith, etc.