by HOETIS, Themistocles (editor); Jean-Paul Sartre, Samuel Beckett, Frederico Garcia Lorca, Paul Bowles, Hart Crane, Bruce Conner, Kenneth Patchen (contributors)
New York: The Zero Press, (1956). 1956. Very good +/very good. 8vo. Publisher's tan cloth, in original pictorial dust jacket. Very good plus, in a very good DJ. Toning to jacket, small chips to back panel and spine at head and tail; spine sunned. Tiny bumps to boards. Owner's bookplate to FFEP. 239pp.
Cover design by John Goodwin. Two illustrations by Bruce Conner depicting Geryon (for Dante's Inferno). (Inventory #: 18521)
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