Cambridge: Rampant Lions Press, 1996. Folio. 47pp. One of 200 numbered copies. Text in black, with title borders printed in blue, brown, teal, and red. A fine edition of T.S. Eliot's poetic meditations on man's connection to God and the universe, printed by Sebastian Carter at the Rampant Lions Press. Bound in paste paper over boards, backed in brown buckram with a gilt-stamped leather spine label. Sebastian Carter had originally planned to design a patterned paper for the binding, but was so taken by Victoria Hall's paste papers that he comissioned her to design a paper based on the arrangement and colors of the part titles in the text. This was the paper ultimately used for the cover. Housed in a slipcase. Fine. (Carter 252).
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