There's a little ambiguity over there among the bluebells; and other theater poems. graphics by Marilyn Harris. Ruth Krauss.

There's a little ambiguity over there among the bluebells; and other theater poems. graphics by Marilyn Harris

New York: Something Else Press, 1968. First edition. Squarish 8vo, unpag.; cloth. Slight soil, else fine in a dust jacket with some discoloration to the spine and toward the foredge. Item #204592

Inscribed on the front endpaper: "For Russell & Frances - All good things for 1969, on Ruth." A collection of poems and avant-garde texts performed at Greenwich Village venues such as Judson Poets Theatre, Cafe La Mama and Actors' Studio. Laid in is a copy of the separately printed 1968bifolium "Variation on a line of Ruth Krauss'" by Ronald Gross, on which Krauss has written out the text of a twelve-line poem dedicated to Paul Eluard. Krauss was best known as author a numerous books for children.

Price: $175.00

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