The Intervals of Robert Frost.

(Frost.) MERTINS (Louis and Esther)

The Intervals of Robert Frost.

A Critical Bibliography. With an Introduction by Fulmer Mood.

Description: FIRST EDITION, frontispiece photograph of Frost, title-page printed in red, facsimile page, pp. [vi], 91, crown 8vo, original dark red cloth, backstrip lettered in gilt, top edge a little dusty, dustjacket, very good

Publication Details: Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1947

Notes: Inscribed on the flyleaf by Louis Mertins: 'For a kind co-worker John Haines, whose friendship for Robert Frost made literary history' - Haines was a Gloucestershire poet and solicitor John Haines, associated with the Dymock Poets and thereby with Frost. Haines has checked a few things in pencil, and made a bibliographic note to p. 67. With a clipped review of Frost's Selected Poems laid in, along with a scarce piece of ephemera: Frost's Commencement Address at Oberlin College, June 8, 1937 - 'What Became of New England?' - reprinted from The Oberlin Alumni Magazine, a single folded sheet, a l...more

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Subject: Modern First Edition

Published Date: 1947

Stock Number: 65984

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