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ROSS, Alan (Alan John), 1922-2001 – editor : THE LONDON MAGAZINE : NEW SERIES. VOLUME 3. NO. 3. JUNE 1963.

ROSS, Alan (Alan John), 1922-2001 – editor : THE LONDON MAGAZINE : NEW SERIES. VOLUME 3. NO. 3. JUNE 1963.

London : London Magazine, 1963. The June 1963 issue of the Alan Ross magazine – with short stories from William Trevor (“The General’s Day”) and Eugene Ionesco (“The Stroller in the Air”), as well as a poem from Sylvia Plath – the first appearance in print of “Berck-Plage” on pp. 26-31, poems from Roy Fuller, etc., etc.
Foolscap 4to (22cm). 88pp. Plates. Original wrappers; some very minor wear; a few faint marks and creases; a few occasional spots, but a good copy.

£15

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PLATH, Sylvia, 1932-1963 : CROSSING THE WATER.

PLATH, Sylvia, 1932-1963 : CROSSING THE WATER.

London : Faber & Faber, (1971). First edition. A collection of thirty-four poems, mainly from the years 1960-1961, and including “Parliament Hill Fields”, “Stillborn”, “Heavy Women”, “Love Letter”, “Small Hours”, etc.
Demy 8vo (23cm). 64pp. Original blue cloth, lettered down spine in gilt; a very good copy in the dust-jacket – also very good, fresh and unworn.

£125

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PLATH, Sylvia, 1932-1963 : CROSSING THE WATER.

PLATH, Sylvia, 1932-1963 : CROSSING THE WATER.

London : Faber & Faber, (1971). First edition. A collection of thirty-four poems, mainly from the years 1960-1961, and including “Parliament Hill Fields”, “Stillborn”, “Heavy Women”, “Love Letter”, “Small Hours”, etc.
Demy 8vo (23cm). 64pp. Original blue cloth, lettered down spine in gilt; just a hint of rubbing; very mild tanning of endpapers; a few edge spots, but a very good copy in the dust-jacket – the jacket just a little tanned, with a couple of spots on lower panel, but also very good.

£75

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