New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1960. First Edition. Laid in is a typed letter from Lowenfels's editor at Knopf, Angus Cameron, informing the author that leather-bound presentation copies of the book would be prohibitively expensive. Obtained from the estate of bookseller Norman Kane, Lowenfels's son-in-law. Presentation copy, inscribed to Lowenfels's daughter and son-in-law, Michal and Norman Kane: "for Michal and Norman / with thanks for the help," dated 1960. Discoloration to endpapers, else a tight, fine copy in crisp, unworn jacket.