London: Faber and Faber Limited. . First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo, original green cloth titled in gilt on spine panel. 256 pp. Foxing to page edges, a very good, bright copy in lightly rubbed dust jacket. Very Good in Dust Jacket. Item #311149
¶ Allegorical fantasy. Young Art and Old Hector fall into a pool and drown. They awaken in the Green Isle of the Great Deep, or the Celtic land of the Dead. A "mystico-political semi-allegory", according to Bleiler in THE GUIDE TO SUPERNATURAL FICTION (1983), who likens it to Joseph O'Neill's "LAND UNDER ENGLAND" (1935).