The King of Elfland's Daughter by Lord Dunsany, 240 pages.
The 1924 fantasy classic by Edward John Moreton Drax Plankett, the eighteenth baron, Lord Dunsany, was recommended by Neal Gaiman in his 2015 book, The View from the Cheap Seats. I read the book weeks and weeks ago, and I have held onto the book for a long time trying to think of something to say about it. It is an original and decent work of fantasy, but it didn't really grab me. 'Nuff said.