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And the four animals

by WATSON, Sheila

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(Toronto): Coach House Press, MS editions, May 1980. First draft. 28 cm x 19.7 cm, stapled grey card covers with Coach House logo and die-cut window (revealing the title, author and publishing information printed on the first leaf). "Coach House Press Manuscript Editions are computer line-printer copies of works-in-progress, run off and bound up 'on demand' as orders are received at the press. We hope that these editions will allow readers and writers more access to each other during the compositional process. As the work is revised by the author, revisions are typed into the computer and the compositional date and draft number altered accordingly." Originally sold by direct mail only. 4 page draft, with advertisement for the series bound in at rear. Slight wear to one corner, else a fine, fresh copy..


  • Bookseller: Robert Wright Books CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 14005
  • Title: And the four animals
  • Author: WATSON, Sheila
  • Book condition: Used
  • Publisher: (Toronto): Coach House Press, MS editions, May 1980. First draft.
  • Keywords: MANUSCRIPT EDITION; CANLITM-Z
  • Subjects: FICTION / General;

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