|Creator:||Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972|
Faber & Faber,
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One of at least six unexpurgated copies (lst state). This copy was buried underground by Dorothy Pound for safekeeping during World War II. Ms. word in Greek on free front endpaper possibly in Pound's holograph. Autograph of Dorothy Pound, bookplate of Omar S. Pound and ms. notes of Ezra Pound. Dust jacket.
"It is my intention in this booklet to commit myself on as many points as possible"--Preface.
There were three states of this edition; the first was unexpurgated, the second has cancel leaves, and the third has the offending leaves and their conjugates replaced. Cf. Gallup, D.C. Pound, A45a.
359 p.,  leaf of plates : ill. ; 22 cm.
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