New York: Random House / The Grabhorn Press, 1935. Signed limited edition. Hardcover. SIGNED. 151pp. Octavo [24.5 cm] 1/4 beige cloth with illustrated paper covered boards, and a paper title label mounted to the spine. Deckled fore edges. Very good. The edges of the covers are lightly rubbed. The free endsheets are darkened. This precedes the Random House Trade Edition. Signed by Jeffers on the half title page. Robinson Jeffers lived in seclusion in a stone house that he built by the ocean, near Carmel, California. He lived in seclusion in a stone house that he built by the ocean, near Carmel, California. He was heavily influenced by Nietzsche's concepts of individualism, and believed that humans had developed a largely self-centered view of the world. He felt passionately that we must learn to have greater respect for the rest of creation. (Inventory #: 47052)
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