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Letters to Five Artists

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Product description

Hardback with dust jacket. Signs of wear to dust jacket include some faint marks and some slight fading. Dust jacket now wrapped in plastic. The covers of the book are in very good condition, with minor if any shelf wear. There are some marks to the end papers (see photos) and some light foxing to the page edges. Otherwise all pages are present, tightly bound and free from notes. The book and dust jacket are in good condition.

*THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR*
"Paul from John with every good wish 1970 at Oxford"
(See photos)

This is more than a collection of poems. It is a sequence of poems and a natural development out of Wain's previous narrative poem "Wildtrack", published in 1966.

New York, NY, USA: The Viking Press Inc., 1969

Item details

Author(s):
Wain, John
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
77
Publisher:
The Viking Press, Inc.
Title:
Letters to Five Artists

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Hardback with dust jacket. Signs of wear to dust jacket include some faint marks and some slight fading. Dust jacket now wrapped in plastic. The covers of the book are in very good condition, with minor if any shelf wear. There are some marks to the end papers (see photos) and some light foxing to the page edges. Otherwise all pages are present, tightly bound and free from notes. The book and dust jacket are in good condition.

*THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR*
"Paul from John with every good wish 1970 at Oxford"
(See photos)

This is more than a collection of poems. It is a sequence of poems and a natural development out of Wain's previous narrative poem "Wildtrack", published in 1966.

New York, NY, USA: The Viking Press Inc., 1969

Author(s):
Wain, John
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
77
Publisher:
The Viking Press, Inc.
Title:
Letters to Five Artists

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