Self-portraits the Gide/Valery letters 1890-1942

Mallet, Robert (editor)

Published by University of Chicago, 1966
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From The Herbert Morris Collection (Edison, NJ, U.S.A.)
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Title: Self-portraits the Gide/Valery letters 1890-...

Publisher: University of Chicago

Publication Date: 1966

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: NF

Dust Jacket Condition: NF

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FEP has a shadow from newspaper. Book is beautiful with no chips, tears, writing or stains. Price is unclipped. INCLUDES ORIGINAL BOOK REVIEWS FROM 1966 BY THE N.Y. TIMES, SATURDAY REVIEW, AND THE NEW REPUBLIC PLUS OTHER CLIPPINGS. Great looking collector copy. Bookseller Inventory # 000660

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Store Description: The Herbert Morris Collection comes from the library of the award winning poet. His relationships with many of his contemporary poets had given him an inventory of signed, first edition books on poetry. His passion for verbal expression has left a library of writings from great authors who share that passion.