Alan Zipkin, Proprieter
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Established 1998

I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings (Broadside)

Price: $350.00

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Providence: Lost Roads Project, . First edition Large single sheet of deckle-edged paper containing an excerpt from Maya Angelou's 1969 classic first novel. Published in 1994 by C. D. Wright and others as part of the Lost Roads Project and published in Fayetteville at the University of Arkansas Press. This broadside along with the others in the portfolio were printed at Brown University. Broadside was designed and with illustration by Walter Feldman. 56 x 48 cm. Faint handling wear, else a fine example. This broadside was originally sold as part of a suite of broadsides associated with the Lost Roads Project, but this broadside is sold separately here. Very attractive piece just waiting to be framed. Edition size not known. This copy is unnumbered and unsigned. Near Fine Loose Sheets (Item ID: 24926)

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Connecticut residents only will be charged 6% state sales tax.

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Domestic orders are normally shipped via media mail (book rate) at $4.50 for the first book and $2.00 for each additional item. Books can be shipped via priority mail if so desired. Domestic priority rate is $10.00 for the first book and $4.00 for each additional item. Rates may vary due to unusual size or special handling requirements and will be quoted at cost.

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