[Los Angeles]: Printed for John Martin by the Press of the Pegacycle Lady, 1974. First Edition. "The text of this small book is a letter written to Charles Wilson, a freelance journalist who was active in the labor movement. Wilson had asked Lawrence for a message to the miners at Willington Colliery; he was living at Willington, Durham at the time. Lawrence's message was incorporated in three short poems, "For God's Sake," "O! Start a Revolution" and "It's Either You Fight or You Die" (A Bibliography of D.H. Lawrence, pp.247-48). Uncommon in commerce, with the bulk of the edition (35 copies, as of November, 2021) held in OCLC member institutions. Roberts A118. Item #5423

One of 50 copies. Small quarto (26cm); marbled paper-covered boards, with letterpress-printed title label mounted to upper front cover; unprinted dark blue laid paper dustjacket; [16]pp. Fine in a very Near Fine dustjacket, with a hint of sunning to spine and upper edge of front panel.

Price: $350.00

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