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1 Frost, Robert A CABIN IN THE CLEARING
Spiral Press 1951 Limited Edition; First Printing Other Near Fine with no dust jacket; Leaves are in ** NEAR FINE ** condition; but for what appears to have been a single staple once @ upper outside corner; small chip front near spine. BLUE WRAPS clean and unmarked; however, have been reinforced on outside w/invisible tape, and to gutter: archival document, acid-free repair tape. Signed by Author
Unique Personal inscription to another Robert Frost of author's acquaintance...only 475 of total printing of 3750 carried Frost's imprint and none of that 475 but those who may have gotten personal inscriptions were signed by Frost. . Original Publisher, NOT rebound, stiff blue wraps. W/Wraps continuing inside in the manner of a long flap, virtually to the inside gutter. Front of wraps w. Gold decorations, and lettering in white. Approx. 5 1/2: 4 1/2". After first blank is "greeting" page (see scan) , wherein can be found FROST'S UNCOMMON IMPRINT (vast majority of 3,750 copies did not carry this). Moreover, FROST'S UNUSUAL INSCRIPTION appears at the top. That page is also illustrated. Illustrated title page. 16pp (including blanks and prelims). DECORATED BY LEO MANSO. ; 24mo 5" - 6" tall; 16 pages; Frost bought the Homer Noble Farm so as to have a place to stay while he was summering in Ripton (the place he considered home at the time he inscribed the work; and SO NOTED this location in his handwritten inscription). Since adjacent Bread Loaf [writers' conference] was a part of his yearly schedule, he usually arrived early and stayed late. The property had a large farmhouse and... A little cabin. Frost stayed in the little cabin, a short walk up the hill. He had privacy to write and took his meals with [the Morrisons] down at the house. FROST spent several hours every morning with attending to his papers. He had many visitors at the cabin, including literary friends and admirers who would talk with him far into the night. Many of his friends, including Peter Stanlis, Reginald Cook and Larry Thompson, went on to write about him. One of his last poems written was this, called, "A Cabin in the Clearing" Reading, in part: "I am the guardian wraith of starlit smokeThat leans out this and that way from their chimney. I will not have their happiness despaired with. " ; Signed by Author 
Price: 750.00 USD
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