A22 IMPENETRABILITY 
IMPENETRABILITY | OR | THE PROPER HABIT OF ENGLISH | ROBERT GRAVES | [publisher’s emblem] | Published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at The | Hogarth Press, 52 Tavistock Square, London, W.C.1 | 1926
Collation: 8 2–48, 32 leaves.
p. IMPENETRABILITY | OR | THE PROPER HABIT OF ENGLISH; p. publisher’s advertisements; p. title-page; p. printer’s notice; pp.5–61 text; p. text and printer’s notice; pp. – publisher’s advertisements.
16.6 × 10.4 cm. Bulk: 0.7/1.0 cm. White wove paper; all edges trimmed. White wove endpapers. Bound in blue-green boards; front and back have ovals containing: Hogarth Essays and Second Series plus additional oval and circular designs; spine printed in black from bottom to top: IMPENETRABILITY· By ROBERT GRAVES
Price: 2s. 6d. Number of copies: 1,000. Published in March 1927. Woolmer/Hogarth #93.
Notes: Issued as Hogarth Essays, Second Series, Number III. Cover design by Vanessa Bell. Reprinted in part in Chapter I of A55.
Woolmer says that of 1,000 copies printed, 400 were pulped.
A copy of the book is reported in the “Book Received” column of the Manchester Guardian on 12 March 1927, p. 11.
Reference: Woolmer/Hogarth #93.