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Paris: Editions de Cluny, 1931. Frontispiece by A. Alexeiff. 8vo, 288 pages with text in French. bound by Georges Huses, Paris in half red pebbled leather; covers show light wear at hinges, previous owner's inscription in pen on free end page. Paris: Editions de Cluny, 1931. Limited edition, number 113 of 2000. A very good(+) copy.
New York: Knopf, 1945. Rendered from the Greek by Olga Marx and Ernst Morwitz. Designed by Bruce Rogers. 33 page introductory essay by Ernst Morwitz. Thin 8vo, gilt-stamped decorative cloth; spine slightly darkened. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1945. First edition. Internally fine, a near fine copy. Text in Greek with English translation on facing page. One of 950 copies.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1934. Endpapers + 6 illustrations by Rockwell Kent. 307 pages, 8vo, red and white polka cloth with black type on spine and front cover (extremities of spine slightly worn, spine darkened). New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1934. First Edition. Very good (+). L. M. Alexander won Dodd Mead%u2019s $10,000 Prize for this first novel, and then never published another word.
Milan: Nuages, 1999. 27 full-page color illustrations by Milton Glaser. 190 pages. 4to, printed pictorial wrappers. Milano: Nuages, (1999). A fine copy of this beautifully illustrated edition. Includes a lengthy hand-written letter from Glaser to renowned editor Byron (Dobell) with observations on Dante's text; also a 1 page typed translation into English of the Introduction. "As for Dante's words, you're on your own"
New York: Columbia University Press, 1941. Translated from the Old French by Merton Jerome Hubert. Notes and Documentation by John L. La Monte. Illustrated. xi + 478 pages. Thick 8vo, green cloth. New York: Columbia University Press, 1941. A near fine copy. Columbia University Records of Civilization.