Four Plays for Dancers. New York: Macmillan, 1921. First American Edition. Pp xi, 138. Seven plates in text by Edmund Dulac. Original grey boards designed by Sturge Moore, with plates showing masks & costume designs by Dulac. In publisher's dust jacket repeating the pattern. Edges of jacket lightly frayed otherwise a fine copy. Smaller in format than the UK edition and one of 1500 copies printed. These are four plays in verse form -- "At the Hawk's Well," "The Only Jealousy of Emer," "The Dreaming of the Bones" and "Calvary. It includes a note on the first performance of 'At the Hawk's Well' and notes on the other three plays, together with music for 'At the Hawk's Well' and 'The Dreaming of the Bones.'