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Direction A Quarterly of New Literature (3 Volumes - Complete set)

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Direction A Quarterly of New Literature (3 Volumes - Complete set)
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Peoria: Kerker Quinn, . First Edition Three volume set. The complete set of this short lived, but important literary magazine featuring a who's who of the most important American writers of its time. Williams, Pound and Stevens join Kay Boyle, Conrad Aiken, Robert Frost, Marianne Moore. William Saroyan just to name a few. All three issues complete and in very good condition. Volume 3 somewhat soiled to covers. Volume one has vertical crease to front cover, but is in especially nice condition otherwise. Rare as a set. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 005464)


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