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The Perishable Press Limited 1967 - One of J. V. Cunningham's more difficult collections of poetry to find. Published by Walter Hamedy at The Perishable Press Limited in 1967 - one of the earliest fine press editions issued by Hamedy. The colophon reads: "SOME SALT is limited to exactly two hundred hand set & printed copies on crown & sceptre from palatino type". This copy is especially desirable with its inscription by Cunningham in the year of publication: "For Hannah / Christmas 1967 / Jim" There is a very light dealer's note in pencil just to the left of the inscription reading: "inscribed to the author Hannah Green" In near fine condition with sewn sheets in plain dark brown wrappers, which, in turn, are enclosed in a dust wrapper (slightly sunned at the spine) of the same paper with SOME SALT printed on the front panel. The recipient could be either Hannah Green, author of "The Dead of the House", or Joanne Greenberg, author of "I Never Promised You a Rose Garden", who wrote under the pen name "Hannah Green". We believe it to be the former, due to the informality of the inscription which indicates that 'Hannah' and 'Jim' must have known each other well. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]
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