New York: Guardian Books, (1948). Boards. 351 p. 2nd printing. SIGNED. 
Belfrage, a radical British journalist, was editor of the "National Guardian," which began as the campaign weekly of the Wallace campaign and continued as an independent Marxist tabloid. He was deported in the McCarthy period and thereafter appeared on the masthead as the "Guardian's" "editor-in-exile." He shared with his countrymen, Evelyn Waugh and Jessica Mitford, a fascination with American funeral customs. "Abide with Me" is his novel on that subject.