TWO WORLDS A LITERARY QUARTERLY DEVOTED TO THE INCREASE OF THE GAIETY OF NATIONS
by Roth, Samuel [ed & pub]
New York, 1926. Volume one, number three. Thick octavo. Printed wrapper. Spine somewhat spotted and edges a few small chips at spine ends, near very good. Edited by Samuel Roth, with associates. The notorious periodical, best remembered, and justly reviled, for its piracy of the installments from Joyce's WORK IN PROGRESS. In this number, much of the material is reprinted, with or without authorization, from other sources. HOFFMAN, et al, p.279. SLOCUM & CAHOON C65. (Inventory #: WRCLIT81173)
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