(Gloucester, England): Alan Sutton, 1984,
First Edition. Edited by Francois Gallix. octavo, boards in dust jacket. (vi), 278pp. Alan Sutton, Fine copy. Item #3782
The many sided genius of T. H. White is revealed in this correspondence with his friend and mentor, L. J. Potts. "Among the best of White's letters, and the most typical, bragging, confiding, asking for advice he won't take...they are better than the letters to Garnett, because they are without the desire to impress." Sylvia Townsend Warner. Illustrated with the drawings White used to embellish his letters.