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Thousand and Second Night, The

Merrill, James

Published by Christos Christou Press, NY, 1963
Used Condition Fine Unbound
From The Herbert Morris Collection (Edison, NJ, U.S.A.) Quantity Available: 1
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total printing 50 copies, This is one of "approximately 20 copies James Merrill added watercolors of a moon on the first page and a sun on the last page of text". Printed label on front cover, 18 pages, stapled. Inscribed by James Merrill on the front flyleaf: "H.M from J.M.". spine slightly faded, else a near fine copy of this fragile publication, one of Merrill's more elusive titles, privately printed, none of which were offered for sale. First edition, deluxe issue--limited to "approximately 20 copies". Also included is a signed letter from the author quoting the last page of this volume with a slightly different text.This is a wonderful and unique collector's piece. Bookseller Inventory # 000016


Bibliographic Details

Title: Thousand and Second Night, The

Publisher: Christos Christou Press, NY

Publication Date: 1963

Binding: Unbound

Book Condition: Fine

Signed: Signed by Author

Edition: Limited.

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Seller The Herbert Morris Collection
Address: Edison, NJ, U.S.A.

AbeBooks Seller Since December 5, 2006
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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.