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Paris, London & New York: Transatlantic Review Co., 1924. I:4. Large octavo. Printed wrappers. Usual tanning to text stock, some light smudges to upper wrapper and spine, a few tiny nicks and closed tears at the extremities of the extended overlap wrapper edges, but a quite nice copy, unopened, very good or better, and substantially above the norm. A watershed number of Ford's distinguished expatriate journal, edited and printed in Paris, and distributed in France, London (by Duckworth) and New York (by Seltzer). This copy is in the less common wrapper for French distribution. Contributors to this issue include Joyce (the first publication of a fragment from, and the source for the operative designation as, "Work in Progress"), Hemingway (untitled, but "Indian Camp"), Coppard, Stein (installment I of "The Making of Americans"), Barnes, Ford, Tzara, Crevel, et al. SLOCUM & CAHOON C62. HANNEMAN C155. WILSON C36.
      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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