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The Dark Bifocals

by Feibleman, J. K. (James)

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First Edition
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Lexington, Ky: The Hammer Press, 1953. Hardcover. Fine/As New. First edition. Small octavo. 48pp. Mustard-Yellow boards. Acquired from the library of James K. Feibleman in near fine publisher's unprinted acetate dust jacket. Very scarce.
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NEW DIRECTIONS IN PROSE & POETRY 1941

by Laughlin, James (editor); Brecht, Bertolt; Schwartz, Delmore; Kafka, Franz; Kees, Weldon; Berryman, John; Laughlin, Clarence John; Pound, Ezra; Young, Marguerite; et al.

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Norfolk, CT: New Directions, 1941. Very Good/Very Good+. Shelf wear and chipping to the edges of the jacket's folds, no sun-bleaching
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