by Garcia Lorca, Federico. Edicion, Introduccion y Notas por Antonio Gallego Morell
Condition: Good/No Jacket (Paperback)
Madrid: Editorial Moneda y Credito, 1968. Coleccion Letras Amigas. 175 pp., six color plates including two full facsimiles of illustrated letters, numerous b/w photos and illustrations. Wrappers rubbed, worn and creased at edges and corners, lightly soiled, and beginning to lift from spine at rear; spine slightly creased; page corners lightly bumped; light foxing to page edges and front and rear blanks. Binding sound and text and illustrations clean, bright and unmarked. 8vo. Wrappers. Good/No Jacket (Paperback). 8vo.
Traba, Marta. Seleccion de textos y direccion de la obra: Emma Araujo de Vallejo. Presentacion: Emma Araujo de Vallejo, Jorge Romero Brest, Angel Rams, Aracy Amaral, Damian Bayon, Juan Gustavo Cobo-Borda
Planeta Colombiano Editorial and Museo de Arte Moderno, Bogata, 1984. 399 pp., illustrated throughout. Seleccion de Textos, Pone...
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