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    [Robinson Jeffers]. Group of Thirteen Titles. New York and [Covelo]: One first edition, eleven limited, seven signed.

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    Robinson Jeffers. Group of Thirteen Titles in Fourteen Books. Includes:

    Robinson Jeffers. Tamar and Other Poems. New York City: Peter G. Boyle, [1924]. First edition. Octavo. [and:] Robinson Jeffers. The Women at Point Sur. New York: Boni & Liveright, [1927]. Limited to 250 numbered copies, of which this is "31." Signed by the author. [and:] Robinson Jeffers. Cawdor and Other Poems. New York: Horace Liveright, 1928. Limited to 350 numbered copies, of which this is "327." Signed by the author. [and:] Robinson Jeffers. Give Your Heart to the Hawks and Other Poems. New York: Random House, 1933. Inscribed by Jeffers on front free endpaper. [and:] S. S. Alberts. A Bibliography of the Works of Robinson Jeffers. New York: Random House, 1933. Limited to 487 numbered copies, this being "261." [and:] Melba Berry Bennett. Robinson Jeffers and the Sea. San Francisco: Gelber, Lilienthal, 1936. One of 300 limited copies printed by the Grabhorn Press. [and:] Robinson Jeffers. Such Counsels You Gave to Me & Other Poems. New York: Random House, [1937]. Limited to 300 numbered copies, this being "152." Signed by the author on limitation page, additionally inscribed on front free endpaper. [and:] William Van Wyck. Robinson Jeffers. Los Angeles: The Ward Ritchie Press, 1938. One of 250 limited copies. [and:] Robinson Jeffers. Themes in My Poems. San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1956. One of 350 limited copies. [and:] Brother Antonius. The Poet is Dead. San Francisco: The Auerhahn Press, 1964. One of 205 limited copies. Signed by Brother Antonius. [and:] Louis Adamic. Garth Sherwood Jeffers, foreward. Robinson Jeffers: A Portrait. [Covelo, California]: Carolyn and James Robertson, [1983]. Limited to 265 numbered copies. Signed by Garth Jeffers. [and:] [Robinson Jeffers and Una Jeffers]. Where Shall I Take You To. [Covelo, California]: The Yolla Bolly Press, [1987]. Limited to 225 numbered copies, this being "8." [and:] Donnan Call Jeffers & Garth Sherwood Jeffers. The House that Jeffers Built. Volume I and Volume II. [Covelo, California]: The Yolla Bolly Press, [1993]. Limited to 150 numbered copies, this being "112". Signed by Garth Jeffers in Volume II.

    Two quartos, eleven octavos. Publisher's bindings, five housed in slipcases. Light rubbing on extremities. Slipcases of The Woman at Point Sur and Cawdor and Other Poems sunned, soiled, rubbed, and chipped. Dust jackets of Robinson Jeffers: A Portrait and The Poet is Dead chipped, Poet is Dead dust jacket's spine panel perished and front and rear panels split. Cawdor and Other Poems and A Bibliography of the Works of Robinson Jeffers have spines sunned. Tamar and Other Poems has upper corners a bit bumped, ink ownership stamp on front free endpaper. Robinson Jeffers has front hinge starting. Overall, near fine.



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