First edition, first printing.
London, William Heinemann Ltd, 1936
'Radclyffe Hall has had the courage to set down the thoughts and conversations of her characters without censorship. Here is English as it is really spoken by the poor in cottage, field and inn' (dust-jacket)
Dust-jacket by Edgar Holloway.
First edition. London. Neville Spearman, 1957 A well regarded collection of short stories mainly set in the American South and most of them among poor people. The short story that gives the book refers to statues popular in the Jim Crow-era Southern United States, depicting grotesque minstrel-like characters.