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New Selected Poems.

by MICKIEWICZ, Adam. Mills, Clark (edits, annotates and contributes)

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Voyages Press, New York., 1957. First U.S. edition. Cloth-backed boards. Sixty-two pages of poems, translated by Louise Bogan, Babette Deutsch, Donald Davie, Jean Garrigue, George Reavey, Charles Tomlinson and others. Tipped-in black and white frontispiece portrait of the author by Eugène Delacroix.Head and tail of spine and corners slightly bumped. Endpapers slightly spotted. Very good in very good, nicked and slightly creased dustwrapper darkened at the spine.
  • Bookseller: Peter Ellis bookseller GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: MICKIEWI000626
  • Title: New Selected Poems.
  • Author: MICKIEWICZ, Adam. Mills, Clark (edits, annotates and contributes)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Voyages Press, New York.
  • Date published: 1957


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