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Dress: being an essay in masculine vanity and an exposure of the unchristian apparel favored by females

Council Bluffs: Yellow Barn Press, 1986. Edition limited to 200 copies (this, no. 113), 12mo, pp. [6], 15, [3]; frontispiece wood engraving by John DePol, 2 line engravings after Eric Gill's original blocks; unbound sheets, complete with the DePol endpapers; fine. According to Gill, men should be more flamboyant and women should practice extreme modesty at all times. Men, he argues, are reasonable, unlike women, and therefore would not let vanity get out of hand. Walsdorf A10. Item #52017

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