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Description:Good. 0915838176 OUT-OF-PRINT, thus COLLECTIBLE! 1980 Anma...Good. 0915838176 OUT-OF-PRINT, thus COLLECTIBLE! 1980 Anma Libri & Co (Publisher; Saratoga, CA) for Department of French + Italian (Stanford University) Trade Paperback; BILINGUAL (English + Italian) text clean/UNMARKED; paper tanning w/age (w/few brown-age spots along side page rims); color cover surface rubbing + tanning w/some light spots (could be from aging or water, showing on outside surface, not touching inside)/edge + corner wear; spine has bit of scuffing, single light crease, remains strong; NOT x-library; No remainder mark; Not book club; 104 pages + 28 preliminary pages; translated from Italian by Justin Vitiello w/lengthy introduction; main text is 8 Dolci poems: "The Light Calls Forth Victims" (1949-50); "The Moon Lemon" (1968-69); "Dont you smell the smoke? " (1970); "Upon This Fragment of Galaxy (1971-73); "The God of Ticks" (1974-75); "Ripening in the Fire" (1976-1980); + "Creature" (1976-77); Italian language version appears at bottom of each page; author biographical info in intro; this is Volume XXII in Stanford French + Italian Studies series; book interior is good plus to very good, cover is structurally sound but is age-discolored, thus overall good collectible copy of 32-year-old out-of-print poetry paperback.
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