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The Human Season: Selected Poems 1926-1972 by  Archibald MacLeish - Hardcover - 1972 - from Saucony Book Shop and

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The Human Season: Selected Poems 1926-1972

by MacLeish, Archibald

Condition: Fine/Very Good

Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 1972. Book. Fine. Cloth. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 3rd ptg. Olive-brown cloth, lettered in gold foil. As issued. xiii,161 pp. Dust jacket shows small (approx. 1/4") divot of paper loss along top front edge and approx. 1/2" triangular areas of paper loss midway along spine panel and at top rear corner, else only light shelf wear..



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