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    John Hawkes. Innocence in Extremis. New York: [1985]. First edition, limited issue, one of fifteen roman numeral copies, signed.

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    John Hawkes. Innocence in Extremis. New York: Grenfell Press, [1985]. First edition, one of 15 Roman numeral copies signed by the author and illustrator, T. L. Solien, in a special full morocco binding ("VI"). Quarto. 64 pages. Publisher's prospectus is laid-in. Publisher's special binding of full tan levant morocco, front board with multi-colored morocco onlays designed by Solien for this edition, spine stamped in blind, original plexiglass slipcase. Morocco spine toned. A fine copy of this beautiful production. From the collection of Donald Kaufmann.



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