A Subaltern in Spirit Land a sequel to "Gone West" by J.S.M. Ward
Publication: 1920 Rider & Co First Edition- in rare dust jacket
"An account of existence on the "spirit plane" focussing on soldiers killed in the First World War. The author lost three relatives in the war, including his brother, and claimed that he had been able to travel to the "spirit plane" to commune with them. Ward was also a prominent Freemason and is now most widely remembered for his later work "The Sign Language of the Mysteries" (1928) a study of symbolism written from a largely Masonic perspective"
Rare work by J.S.M. Ward- this edition is quite difficult to come by.
Condition: publishers green cloth boards, gilt title to spine blind stamp to upper board, the seldom seen dust jacket has chipping primarily to upper portion of spine, inscription to flyleaf, faint stain to bottom portion of spine pages clean with no markings, overall in Very Good condition.