Fine in Fine jacket. 0884960730 Book Description: 128-pages limited to 200 copies "specially bound" and signed by Powell at the colophon, [This copy is # 140]; title-page printed in blue and black; a fine, unread copy, price has been clipped. The famed California librarian and bibliophile's first novel, a tender love story set in Paris. The afterword by Miller is the text of letter he wrote to Powell in May 1943.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Author Signed by author Lawrence Clark Powell directly to limitation age. Number 116 of of 200 copies. First signed and numbered edition. Unmarked. Appears unread. Blue embossed boards with black backstrip and gilt spine titling. Dust Jacket protected by Brodart. Square sharp corners. 138 pp. Excellent signed near fine copy.
Title Page (blue/black) Very Good/Very Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" 0884960730 Signed by Author Collectible Slight touch of staining to top edges; jacket slightly rumpled; price clip to jacket. 128,  pages. First novel of the noted bookman, librarian and bibliophile, begun in 1941 and given its final revision just prior to this publication. Notable for the afterword by Henry Miller (correspondence with Powell, May 29, 1943; Shifreen & Jackson B256a) as well as jacket blurbs by J. Frank Dobie, William Everson and Paul Horgan. One of 200 numbered copies (of a total edition of 5426; this is number 184), printed by Mackintosh & Young and R. R. Donnelley & Sons, February 1977; signed by Powell in blue ink on limitation page.
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