Two Consolations . . . With an Excerpt from Una Jeffers’ English Journal. ROBINSON JEFFERS.

Two Consolations . . . With an Excerpt from Una Jeffers’ English Journal.

Publisher: (San Mateo, Calif.: The Quercus Press), 1940.
Edition: First edition, one of 250 copies, of which 200 were for sale.
Bibliographical References: Broomfield A30.
Condition: An unusually fine copy.
Book ID: 27967

Description

4to, original dark green paper boards, brown lettering on the upper board. Engraved title with a depiction of Kelmscott Manor.

Comments

A fine rendering of two unusually mellow poems by Robinson Jeffers that were inspired by a family visit to Kelmscott Manor in 1929, as described in the excerpt from Una's Journal. Two Consolations was printed on an Albion press that was once used by William Morris and later owned by Theodore Lilienthal of Gelber Lilienthal booksellers in San Francisco. The Quercus The Quercus Press on the peninsula south of San Francisco was the avocation of Theodore Lilienthal, onetime proprietor of.

Price: $350.00

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