MILNE,A.A. FOUR DAYS WONDER. London: Methuen (1933). 8vo (5 1/4 x 7 5/8"), orange cloth, 319p., binding slightly leaning else fine in lightly frayed dust wrapper. 1st edition. This novel by Milne HAS A WONDERFUL 10 LINE INSCRIPTION FROM MILNE referring to the price of the book and how little of it trickles down to him: When I ponder On the baautie, a Four Days Wonder And realize That this copy, which only cost him 7/6 (net) Out of which, God willing, I may get as much as a whole shilling, Then I see that a Wonder Has been made about Four Days Wonder, And that in the case of a first class book like this, the real sin is In not offering it at a couple of guineas A.A. Milne On the paste-down Milne notes "Inscribed for Vincent Seligman", an author best known for his book Puccini Among Friends.