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New York: Crowell, (1894). Red cloth, faded, light wear. Ownership signature of Max L. Abramson, a cousin of Leonore Gershwin, who was a drama critic in the teens and became a friend of George Gershwin. With frequent annotations or marks of emphasis, of intederminate authorship; two pages (containing Hood's "Bridge...
London: Hogarth Press, 1925. First edition. Marbled paper over boards, white cover label. Slight fading of spine; very good. Works in English by a Hungarian poet who was killed in action in 1915. While the edition size is unknown, Leonard Woolf's ledger shows only 76 copies sold, and 90 pulped. Woolmer 56.
Berkeley: Poltroon, 1978. First edition. Marbled boards, cloth back, paper spine label. A few light spots, a near-fine copy, with the prospectus which incorporates lengthy comments on the poems (intentionally bad parodies) and the typography. One of 100 hardbound copies, signed by Clark and printer Alastair Johnston. (Total edition of 150).