Very Good. 66 pages, 8vo. First Edition, 1957. Missing DJ. Includes foreword, Ezra Pound's translation of Sophokles, editorial declaration, why Pound liked Italy. Frontispiece portrait of Ezra Pound, 1954, by La Martinelli. Minor shelfwear: very light scuffing along top and bottom of spine. Black cloth with silver-stamped title. Tightly bound with very clean and crisp pages. Volume is in very good condition.
66pp. Octavo [22 cm] Black paper covered boards with a silver stamped title on the spine. Very good. The edges of the covers are lightly bumped and rubbed. The dust jacket is in near fine condition. From the jacket-"Included are a detailed study of this translation by Professor S. V. Jankowski, who compares it in detail to a number of other versions, a word portrait of Pound in St. Elizabeth's Hospital by the actor critic, Denis Goacher, and a new 'Manifesto of the Arts. '"
Women of Trachis, a version of Ezra Pound.
by Sophocles, Ezra Pound
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