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    Eudora Welty. Three First Editions Inscribed by Welty to Her Lifelong Friend, John Robinson.

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    Eudora Welty. Three First Editions Inscribed by Welty to Her Lifelong Friend, John Robinson. Random House [and:] University Press of Mississippi, 1970, 1972, [1988].

    Titles include: Losing Battles. Random House, [1970]. First edition. Inscribed by Welty on the front free endpaper: "To John, with love from Eudora/April, 1970". Octavo. 436 pages. Publisher's binding, dust jacket. Some wear and a few tears to jacket, some rubbing to binding. Skewed. Still, good. [and:] The Optimist's Daughter. Random House, [1972]. First edition. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "To John/with love,/from Eudora/April, 1972". Octavo. 180 pages. Publisher's binding, dust jacket. Some wear and soiling to jacket, some soiling and rubbing to binding. Good. [and:] Morgana. Illustrated by Mildred Nungester Wolfe. University Press of Mississippi, [1988]. First edition with these illustrations. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "To John/with my love as ever,/and Merry Christmas to you,/Eudora/December 1988". Quarto. 151 pages.  Publisher's binding, dust jacket. Some rubbing, sunning to jacket. Very good.



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