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The Human Season: Selected Poems 1926 - 1972 by  Archibald MacLeish - Signed First Edition - 1972-01-01 - from The Book House in Dinkytown and Biblio.com

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The Human Season: Selected Poems 1926 - 1972

by MacLeish, Archibald

Condition: Good+/No Slipcase


Houghton Mifflin, 1972-01-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Good+/No Slipcase. Signed by Author. Special edition, signed by MacLeish, limited to 500 copies. Stated first printing. From a private collection. Faux-leather hardcover with gilt lettering on front and spine. Signed by author on half-title/limitation page. Text is clean aside from autograph. Front exterior gutter of hinge is worn/starting but binding remains sound and sturdy. Shelfwear is minimal. Ships from Dinkytown in Minneapolis, Minnesota.


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