Lot 95 of 725:
Prologue: At the Edge Wm Everson signed broadside poem  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$180
Estimate:
$300 - $500

Title:
Prologue: At The Edge
Author:
Everson, William
Place:
Oakland
Publisher:
Privately Published [but, Albertus Magnus Press, St. Albert's College]
Date:
[1952]
Description:

Unpublished 17½x8½" broadside trial printing by William Everson as Brother Antoninus, of the poem At The Edge. 

Textually different from the published version, and printed in Uncial type rather than the Goudy Newstyle. Printed on machine made rag paper, it is not certain how many copies were produced or signed, but most seem to have been given to friends and associates. This copy is signed William Everson, obviously later, after he left the order and resumed his given name.

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Condition:
Fine.
 
Item number:
248794
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