THE LORD'S SONG.

(London: Golden Cockerel Press, 1934). 230 x 115 mm. (9 x 4 1/2"). 15, [1] pp. No. 5 OF 500 COPIES.

Publisher's cream-colored buckram, gilt device on upper cover, flat spine with gilt titling. With Gill's "St. Thomas' Hands" device on title page and satirical wood-engraving by Gill. Chanticleer 92; Gill 27. A breath of soiling to edges of boards, otherwise AN IMMACULATE COPY.

In this anti-materialistic sermon, Gill takes his title from and bases his text on Psalm 136: "How shall we sing the Lord's song in a strange land?" He speaks of the need to reclaim personal responsibility and speaks against the view of man as a mere animal or machine for whom money is the chief issue in all of life's major circumstances. This volume marks the first use of Gill's Perpetua Roman and Felicity Italic types at the Golden Cockerel Press.
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THE LORD'S SONG. GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS, ERIC GILL.
THE LORD'S SONG.
THE LORD'S SONG.
THE LORD'S SONG.

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