Photographic artist's book, containing photographs of the first pages of letters from the dictionary next to found photograph-like images of numbers.
Very good plus.
According to Michael Peel, "this book is intended to engage the reader in forming various ambiguous semantic pursuits which revolve around the physical, sequential structure of the book."
London: Michael Peel, (1977). 12'' x 8.25''. Original wrappers, saddle-stitched. 26 black-and-white photographic illustrations.  pages. Original one-page prospectus and promotional postcard laid in. Light wear to edges, corners and spine ends mildly bumped; light scuffing to rear. Else bright and sound.
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