New York: The Macmillan Company, 1925. Hardcover. Very good. #17 of 350 copies signed by Lindsay. 464 p. "Vachel Lindsay became famous in his day as a traveling bard whose dramatic delivery in public readings helped keep appreciation for poetry as a spoken art alive in the American Midwest. With their strong rhythms rooted in the American vernacular, revival meetings, the soap box, and the works of Edgar Allan Poe and William Blake, poems such as 'The Santa Fe Trail,' 'Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight,' and 'The Congo' have become a part of the nation's literary heritage" (The Poetry Foundation). Octavo. In the original Art Deco paper-covered boards over gray cloth spine binding with gilt titles. Internally crisp and clean. Mild bumping to the corners; else very good or better. (Inventory #: 64143)
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