New York: Knopf, 1933. One of 500 copies printed by the Bookman Press for Alfred A. Knopf. Wood engraved title-page, colophon, and headpiece. Very minor wear to corners, extremely minor toning to head of spine. A fine copy in a very good dust jacket with a few small chips, minor tears and creasing, and slight toning to spine, edges, and inner flaps. Scarce in a nice dust jacket. Publisher’s green cloth with printed paper spine label. Octavo. 1], [1, blank], , [1, blank], , [1, blank], 57, [1, blank], [1, colophon] pp. Item #16494
Edward Doro (1909-1987) was a North Dakota-born poet. He was a recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship (1936) and the Russell Loines Award for Poetry (1939). The present work contains twenty of Doro’s poems and sonnets, including “the Hippogryff,” “Mountain Nocturne, Retold,” and “Open Letter for John Doe.