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Pound/the Little review : the letters of Ezra Pound to Margaret Anderson : the Little review correspondence
by Ezra Pound, Margaret Anderson, Thomas L. Scott, Melvin J. Friedman, Jackson R. Bryer
Description:The Little Review Correspondence. Fine and very bright in like...The Little Review Correspondence. Fine and very bright in like dustjacket with crisp bright text throughout. Highly attractive.
Description:Fine in J Fine jacket. Octavo An indispensable record of the...Fine in J Fine jacket. Octavo An indispensable record of the influence and achievement of The Little Review and the second Chicago Renaissance. A superb copy.
Description:Very Good in Fair jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 368pp. Clean,...Very Good in Fair jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 368pp. Clean, tight interior. Cloth boards, book in very good condition. Pictorial dustjacket, rubbed and grubby, with creased edges, large tears at top spine edge.
Description:(The Correspondence of Ezra Pound). Edited by Thomas L. Scott et...(The Correspondence of Ezra Pound). Edited by Thomas L. Scott et al. xxxiv, 368pp Faber & Faber, London, 1989. Very good copy in dust jacket.
Description:Fragile wrappers have small chip and short tear on lower spine,...Fragile wrappers have small chip and short tear on lower spine, one corner bumped, else a near fine copy of a fragile item. (POUND, Ezra). THE LITTLE REVIEW. A Magazine of the Arts [Periodical]. Vol. III, No. 7. November 1916. Large octavo, printed wrappers, printed paper cover label, 30 pages, stapled. Contains the first appearance of Ezra Pound's "Das Schone Papier Vergeudet" [Gallup C241], and poems by Richard Aldington, Jean de Bosschere, Stefan Brazier et al.
Description:Wrappers are tanned, text is browned (printed on acidic paper),...Wrappers are tanned, text is browned (printed on acidic paper), with nick on spine and on fore-edge margin of few pages, else a clean, bright copy of a fragile publication. (GREGORY, Lady). THE LITTLE REVIEW. A Magazine of the Arts [Periodical]. Vol. IV, No. 7. November 1917. Octavo, orange printed wrappers, 44 pages, illustrated (with drawings by Wyndham Lewis, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Max Weber et al). Contains the first appearance of Ezra Pound's "Imaginary Letters, VI" [Gallup C297], Lady Gregory's "Hanrahan's Oath" et al.
Description:Wrappers are lightly dust soiled, text is tanned, else a near...Wrappers are lightly dust soiled, text is tanned, else a near fine copy. (YEATS, W. B.). THE LITTLE REVIEW. Vol. V, No. 7. November, 1918. [Periodical]. A Magazine of the Arts. Octavo, yellow printed wrappers, 64 pages. Special Issue "Devoted chiefly to Ezra Pound..."; contains the first appearance of a number of Ezra Pound contributions: "Nine Poems, " "Mr. Villerant's Morning Outburst, " "H. D's Choruses from Euripides, " "Tariff and Copyright, " "Memorabilia, " "The Disease of 'American' 'Criticism', " "The Audience, " and "Genesis, or the First Book in the Bible" [Gallup C416-C422]. Reprints W. B. Yeats's "Major Robert Gregory" [see Wade p. 379], with additional contributions by Margaret Anderson, Ben Hecht et al.
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