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Place Published: Mexico
Publisher: Seneca
Date Published: 1940

Description: Con Cuatro Dibujos Originales. Poema de Antonia Machado. Prolog de Jose Bergamin. Printed wrappers. Arbol, Editorial Seneca, Mexico, 1940.

Comments: Second, revised and first illustrated edition of Lorca's last cycle of poems. It differs substantially from the first edition which was published a few weeks earlier, and is illustrated with Lorca's drawings. The original glassine wrapper is browned, and has a small bump and chip at the foot of the spine. The book is uncut & unread, but unfortunately the lower inner margins are dampstained throughout. In a cloth folder.

Jacket: Y
Binding: paperback
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 242942

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By This Author: GARCIA LORCA, Federico.
By This Publisher: Seneca
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