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NIGHT by  Lili; Robert Zaller (trans.) Bita - First Separate Edition - 1974 - from W. C. Baker Rare Books & Ephemera (SKU: 617)


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by Bita, Lili; Robert Zaller (trans.)

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[Detroit]: The Glass Bell Press, 1974. First Separate Edition. Broadside. Fine. Broadside, 11 x 8 inches, printed on red paper. Fine.

Broadside poem, translated from the Greek, by Greek-born American poet, Lili Bita. Detroit's Glass Bell Press published poems by women from 1974 to 1979, largely in broadside form. In 1975, Glass Bell printed 10 broadsides for the portfolio collection, TEN MICHIGAN WOMEN POETS. The present broadside is one of nine Glass Bell printed in 1974 for which we have found records, but it remains unclear whether the 1974 broadside were intended or issued as a collection. Scarce, with OCLC locating one copy, at Brown University.


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Bita, Lili; Robert Zaller (trans.)
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First Separate Edition
The Glass Bell Press
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American literature, women's literature, poetry, Detroit, Michigan, small press, ephemera, broadside
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About W. C. Baker Rare Books & Ephemera

W. C. Baker Rare Books & Ephemera specializes in printed and manuscript materials relating to the book arts, social movements, and unusual collections, exhibitions, and performances. We also provide USPAP-compliant, IRS-qualified appraisals and a variety of consulting services for both institutions and private collectors. Member, ABAA & ILAB.


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