"O you and I! What is it to us what the rest do and think?"
LEAVES OF GRASS
By Walt Whitman
Beautifully bound midcentury copy of Whitman's great works.
LEAVES OF GRASS
"Whoever you are now holding me in hand,<br />Without one thing all will be useless<br />I give you fair warning before you attempt me further,<br />I am not what you supposed, but far different."<br /><br />
Handsome fine binding of Whitman's poetry and selected prose. A lovely copy.
New York: [n.p.], [circa 1950]. 7'' x 4.5''. Mid 20th-century green goatskin with marbled boards, raised bands, gilt-ornamented spine. Bound by Maurin. Top edge gilt, blue endpapers. The Mayfair Edition. Biographical Introduction by John A. Kouwenhoven. 769,  pages. Ink gift inscription to front endpaper dated 1951. Spine and edges sunned. Minor edgewear.
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