London: Martin Secker, 1916. 3rd impression. Association copy, INSCRIBED by Flecker's father to Flecker's music teacher & his wife. xxxi, [1 (blank)], 248,  pp. 6 pages of publisher adverts at rear, plus publisher's extra title label. 7-7/8" x 5-3/4". Original publisher's blue muslin cloth binding with printed paper title label to spine. Average wear. Spine sunned. Presentation inscription to preliminary blank. Foxing & age-toning ot paper. Withal, a VG copy. Item #48594
Dying at the young age of 30, losing a battle with tuberculosis, Flecker's death was described, at the time, as "unquestionably the greatest premature loss that English literature has suffered since the death of Keats". [Wiki].