NY: Harper, 1901. First Edition. 8vo, pp. cxiii. Bound in green cloth stamped in gilt and blue, designed by DD (Henry Thayer of The Decorative Designers (1895-1931).top edge gilt, untrimmed. Name on the paste down, inscription partially erased on the end paper. A very good copy. Item #59599
from Wilipedia: "William Ernest Henley (23 August 1849 – 11 July 1903) was an English poet, writer, critic and editor in late Victorian England. Though he wrote several books of poetry, Henley is remembered most often for his 1875 poem "Invictus". A fixture in London literary circles, the one-legged Henley was also the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson's character Long John Silver (Treasure Island, 1883), while his young daughter Margaret inspired J. M. Barrie's choice of the name Wendy for the heroine of his play Peter Pan (1904)."