No date. Reprint.
Published by Macmillan, London.
Dust jacket is present. In Good condition. Marks. Chips and tears. Tanned. Foxed. Synopsis on front flap.
Cover is hard bound in Green cloth. In Good condition. Shelf and edge wear. Marks. Corners bumped.
End papers are intact. Marks. Foxed. Tanned. Previous owner’s name in red ink on front fly and half title page.
Preliminaries – note.
Main text body – 349 pages. In Very Good condition.
Edges are even. Marks. Foxed. Tanned.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage. Gilt lettering. Ends bumped.
Page structure is sound with no missing pages.
The Black Laurel has a double theme: the old theme, argued at its deepest level, of justice versus expediency; and the as old, as deep, and strictly related question: What shall it profit a man…?