Hard Cover. New York: The Viking Press, 1933. First Edition. Near Fine.
First edition, one of 250 numbered copies signed by Parker. Publisher's original cream buckram cloth, spine lettered in rose gilt, illustration of a lion and a rooster to front cover, publisher's orange slipcase. A near fine copy, spine a bit toned, else fine; slipcase lightly faded with a few touches of wear. After Such Pleasures is a collection of short stories by Dorothy Parker, best known as a contributor to The New Yorker and founding member of the Algonquin Round Table. Specifically, it includes "Horsie," "Diary of a New York Lady," "Dusk before Fireworks," and "Glory in the Daytime," among others. This first edition is limited to 250 individually numbered copies signed by Parker.