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50 Generation Gap Poems [inscribed & signed]

50 Generation Gap Poems [inscribed & signed]

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50 Generation Gap Poems [inscribed & signed]

by Smith, E. E. [Elmer E.]

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Denver: Self-published by the poet, 1975. 22p., 5.5x6.5 inches, frontis-portrait of the poet in leather flight jacket with personal inscription signed by Smith, very good self-pubished chapbook in stapled red wraps. The African American poet was born in Paris, Texas and was a WWII vet, was living in Denver working on a B.A. in Journalism. Good-natured doggerel.


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Sometimes used as another term for dust jacket, a protective and often decorative wrapper, usually made of paper which wraps...
A very short, cheaply produced volume, of a few leaves. Modern chapbooks...

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