A First Winter's Rain"

Andrew Schelling

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Title: A First Winter's Rain"

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First serial publication, contained in the extremely rare fourth issue of The Threepenny Review, a now-established literary and arts quarterly. This Winter 1981 issue includes work by Evan Connell, Thom Gunn, Lewis Hyde, Wendy Lesser, Leonard Michaels, Irene Oppenheim, Jim Powell, and William Bennett Turner, among others. Bookseller Inventory # 000950

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