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LET EACH MAN REMEMBER by  Josephine Jacobsen - First Edition - (1940) - from Quill & Brush and Biblio.com

LET EACH MAN REMEMBER

by Jacobsen, Josephine

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Dallas, TX: Kaleidograph Press, (1940). First edition of AUTHOR'S SCARCE FIRST BOOK. Near fine with previous owner's name and date neatly written on front endpaper and faint foxing on page edges. In dust jacket with a few small closed tears, shallow chipping, light soiling and spine slightly tanned. Joseph Brodsky once praised Jacobsen's poetry for its "reserve, stoic timbre, and its high precision.
  • Bookseller: Quill & Brush US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 35635
  • Title: LET EACH MAN REMEMBER
  • Author: Jacobsen, Josephine
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: Kaleidograph Press
  • Place: Dallas, TX
  • Date published: (1940)
  • Keywords: PICTURE ON WEB SITE, POETRY

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