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Sacrificial bone inscriptions. [By] Haven O'More

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Sacrificial bone inscriptions. [By] Haven O'More

by O'More, Haven, 1929-2008

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Millerton (New York): Stamperia Valdonega (Martino Mardersteig, Verona), for SADEV (The Garden Ltd, Millerton), distributed by Farrar, Straus & Giroux (New York), 1987 ¶ First edition, trade issue (600 copies), of the author's first published book, "a handsome production, flush with revealing, if rather disturbing, poetic sentiments" (Basbanes). The text consists of a Preface dated 23/24 February 1986, seventeen poems, and a prose Coda; the whole is dedicated in dubious Greek to the author's wife Lorea (d. 1997). The present copy is warmly INSCRIBED "in appreciation for . . . the Catalogue of the Collection of The Garden Ltd. and a record-breaking auction. H O'More March 16, 1990". ||| Collation: In 4s (245 x 166 mm): Thirty leaves, paginated [1-60] (ie, not paginated). Title in red and black, pages [1-4] and [57-60] blank as issued, erratum-slip laid in. Binding: Publisher's black linen lettered in red with white, white wove endpapers, red headbands, top-edges trimmed, others untrimmed. Red laid dust-jacket marked Ingres-Fabriano, printed in black with white. Condition: As new. References: Basbanes A gentle madness 1995, 254-56; ISBN 0 942065 00 X; LCCN 87080599. .

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Jay Dillon Rare Books + Manuscripts US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
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Title
Sacrificial bone inscriptions. [By] Haven O'More
Author
O'More, Haven, 1929-2008
Book condition
Used
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Publisher
Stamperia Valdonega (Martino Mardersteig, Verona), for SADEV (The Garden Ltd, Millerton), distributed by Farrar, Straus & Gi
Place of Publication
Millerton (New York)
Date published
1987
Keywords
O\'More Haven Sacrificial bone inscriptions Millerton New York NY N Y Stamperia Valdonega Martino Mardersteig Verona SADEV The Garden Ltd Limited Farrar Straus & and Giroux 1987 0 942065 00 X 0-942065-00-X 094206500X 0 942065 01 8 0-942065-01-8 094206
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