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Hockney's Alphabet 1st ed.  

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WITHDRAWN Hockney's Alphabet

Hockney, David and Stephen Spender, et al.


Faber and Faber



WITHDRAWN Illustrations from drawings by David Hockney; text edited by Stephen Spender. (4to), blue cloth, illustrated dust jacket. First Edition.

Hockney's drawings along with works by Stephen Spender, Joyce Carol Oates, Iris Murdoch, Paul Theroux, Gore Vidal, Norman Mailer, and many others. An unpublished letter by T.S. Eliot has been given by Mrs. Valerie Eliot and Lord Norwich donated a 19th century alphabet poem. Published for the benefit of the AIDS Crisis Trust.

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Bump to head of spine; near fine.

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