Little Sparta: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1987
29.6 x 21cm, green on light brown offset lithograph with a lengthy text with two conflicting etymologies of the word Folly. The first from a National Trust book on Follies which had attracted Finlay’s ire for including Little Sparta as a folly has a negative connotations. The second is from the French “folie” – meaning delight or favourite abode which clearly Finlay prefers. this has been folded centrally and has a crease else VG+. Priced to account for this flaw.

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