London: Macmillan, 1916. First U.K. Edition. First Impression. Octavo (20cm); green cloth covered boards blind-stamped and decorated in gilt on the cover and spine; 435, pp- ads; spine ends pushed; minor rubbing to the corners; spine titles are faded; light foxing inside covers; former owner's printed bookplate inside front cover (Lily Antrobus) by acclaimed bookplate designer, C.W. Sherborn; Very Good+, lacking the dustjacket.
A woman and two men who have come together in a former incarnation--not altogether happily--now have a second opportunity to work out the problem of their relations. A philosophical romance. "The reoccurant theme of reincarnation is developed most notably in The Wave." CLUTE & NICHOLLS, p.131.