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Three Things
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Three Things

by Yeats, W.B.

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Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom
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Faber & Faber. YEATS, W. B.  Three Things London: Faber & Faber Limited, [1929]  8vo., original stitched blue card wraps, printed in black, with an illustration by Gilbert Spencer to the upper cover; pp. [iv], with one additional drawing in full colour by Spencer to [p.1]; lightly toned and shelf-worn; pages a touch creased; very good to near-fine.  First trade edition, signed by the poet. Surprisingly harder to find than the Limited Edition, which was published the same year. No. 18 in the Ariel Series.  In 1927, Faber and Faber made the decision to publish a series of pamphlets by famous poets, each accompanied by an illustration by a popular artist of the day. Beginning with Yuletide in a Younger World by Thomas Hardy, the first series stretched over 38 issues, with a second series, comprising 8 pamphlets, issued in 1954. For Yeats' enigmatic contribution, Gibert Spencer contributed the accompanying illustration, showing a couple standing on the… Read More
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Per Amica Silentia
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Per Amica Silentia

by Yeats, William Butler (W.B.)

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Hardcover
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Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom
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Macmillan. London: Macmillan (1918). 8vo., original blue cloth boards, elaborately ruled and decorated to gilt on upper board and spine with a rose motif by Sturge Moore; with the original dust jacket; pp. [vi], v-94, [ii]; A very good copy. The jacket hasn't been price clipped. Slight bumping to corners and pushing to head and foot of spine. The jacket is creased in places, particularly to inner front flap and edges; spine stained and a little chipped to head and foot, and one small brown spot to lower panel. A fresh copy in the rare original dust wrapper.  One of only 1500 copies printed. By 1917, the poet saw a need to explain his mystical perspective to his readers. Per Amica therefore was written by Yeats in an attempt to rectify this. Yeats called it a little philosophical book. Within the pages is his poem Ego Dominus Tuus along with a primer of his views in two parts Anima Homins and Anima Mundi.  [Lickindorf].  . Very… Read More
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