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Quarterly Review of Literature (Poetry Series 8, Volume 27) [Jun 01, 1987] R. Weiss and T. Weiss

Condition: Very Good


Very Good. Very clean ex-library hardcover; usual library markings; dust jacket in mylar; pages like new, tight, unmarked; gift inscription on title page signed by Joan Aleshire, author of one of the sections; includes works by Dannie Abse, Peter Stambler, Joan Aleshire, David Keller, and Eugenio de Andrade; ship next day in bubblewrap; email confirmation.


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