Despite his remarkable fictions, Clark Ashton Smith remained throughout his life, the consummate poet, composing & translating poems in English, French and Spanish. "¿DONDE DUERMES ELDORADO?" was a set of poems in Spanish comprised of: ¿Donde Duermes Eldorado?" "La Isla Del Naufrago," "Lo Ignoto," "El Cantar De Los Seres Libres," Las Alquerias Perdidas, and " Memoria Roja."¿DDE?" is one of printer, Roy A. Squires' scarcest publications and it seldom comes on the market, NEVER before offering the 3 printing states! Squires makes note of these variant states in his bibliography simply as "3 variates" and corrects the print-run to "176 copies." But in his personal papers he states, "123 copies in red covers, 32 copies in gray covers, 21 copies in blue covers."ALL 3 states herein offered! As new copies. Handsewn into stiff paper wraps. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: ?DONDE DUERMES ELDORADO?
Publisher: Roy A. Squires,
Publication Date: 1964
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: 1st Edition
Book Description La Imprenta de Rojo Escuderos [Roy A. Squires], [Glendale, California], 1964. Small octavo, title page printed in red and black, brown printed wrappers, sewn. First edition. Limited to 160 copies. A fine copy (lacks printed envelope). (#139409). Bookseller Inventory # 139409