Lewis, C. S. Rehabilitations and Other Essays, London: Oxford University Press, 1939. 21.5 cm, [viii; 2 leaves, (3) -197; i] Printed at the University by John Johnson, Printer to the University. Black cloth, gilt lettering on the spine, dust jacket with price of 7s. 6d. net. This copy was imported to the United States and sold at The Holiday Bookshop in New York City at 49 East 49th Street. Chapter headings: “Shelley, Dryden, and Mr. Eliot,” “William Morris,” “The Ideas of an ‘English School’,” “Our English Sylabus,” “High and Low Brows,” “The Alliterative Meter,” “Bluspels and Flalansferes: a Semantic Nightmare,” “Variation in Shakespeare and Others,” and “Christianity and Literature.” Spine of the dust jacket is darkened, worn slightly across the top, but still very good. The book is in fine condition.