Harold's Leap. Illustrated by the Author

SMITH, Stevie

Verlag: Chapman & Hall, 1950
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8vo, illustrations, original cloth, dust jacket. Endleaves lightly foxed, otherwise a fine copy in spine-sunned dust jacket. Endleaves lightly foxed, otherwise a fine copy in spine-sunned dust jacket First edition. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author to poet and Jargon Press publisher Jonathan Williams on the front free-endpaper: "To Jonathan from Stevie Sept. 1963". Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Titel: Harold's Leap. Illustrated by the Author
Verlag: Chapman & Hall
Erscheinungsdatum: 1950

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Buchbeschreibung London: Chapman & Hall, 1950. 210x150mm 85pp Original red cloth, some corners bumped, in tatty, sunned and worn dustwrapper. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 2267

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Buchbeschreibung London: Chapman & Hall, 1950. Advance proof copy. Paperback: brown card wrappers with Stevie Smith printed in black on yellow spine label. 85pp, quarto. Poems and line drawings by Stevie Smith, the drawings printed in red-brown ink. Light tanning to wrappers margins, spine label 'Stevie Smith' which was stuck on now has a couple of tears to edges, foxing to endpapers. A Very Good copy. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 25362

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Buchbeschreibung London: Chapman & Hall, 1950, 1950. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine in black. With the dust jacket. Light spotting to endpapers. A very good copy in the rubbed and soiled dust jacket with tanned spine panel. Line drawings throughout. First edition, first impression. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 49829

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Buchbeschreibung Chapman & Hall, London, 1950. Hardcover. FIRST EDITION. A lovely fine copy in a fine dust jacket. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 11946

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Buchbeschreibung Chapman & Hall, 1950. First edition. Inscribed by the author to Anna Kallin, 'To Anna with love from Stevie.' Spine lightly faded, light stain to corner of rear board, else a very good copy in slightly spine-browned, dustoiled and slightly stained dust jacket. Anna Kallin was a BBC producer who had coached Smith for her first radio broadcast in April 1949. It led to a friendship between the two women and to a series of three further programmes, entitled 'Poems and Drawings'. 'I did listen last night,' Smith wrote to Kallin after the second programme was broadcast, 'and I thought it was beautiful and I have you to thank, and do and do.' She expressed her gratitude to Kallin again after the final recording: 'It is wonderfully happy for me to have you as my mentor because you always know exactly and at once what the poems are up to.'. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 3496

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Buchbeschreibung London: Chapman & Hall, 1950, 1950. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine in black. With the supplied dust jacket. Spine rolled and faded, extremities and joints rubbed with a few small portions of wear, isolated very faint markings to cloth, light toning, still a very good copy in the bright dust jacket with a toned spine. Line drawings in red throughout the text. First edition, first impression, presentation copy, with errata supplied in Smith's holograph to the text. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper "To Naomi Replansky, from Stevie Smith"; beneath the title of "The River God" Smith adds "(of the River Mimram, in Hertfordshire)"; and minor revisions to "Harold's Leap", "Thought is Superior", "Persephone", and "Eugenie" – all changes which were included in later editions. Smith's insertion of "in death" after "Despairing" in the poem "Do Not!" did not appear in later printings, but her substitution of "thoughtfully" for "angrily" in "I rode with my darling" did make its way into her public performances. Smith noted these changes in her correspondence with American novelist Kathleen Farrell, now held at the University of Texas. The titles of "Oh stubborn race of Cadmus' seed" and "The Ambassador" are respectively annotated "The young Antigone" and "[Hermes] '. known also, among the Phoenicians, as Casmilus' (Lemprière)". Smith's editor Will May notes that this last change is found in Smith's own copy. Replansky, an American poet and translator (b. 1918), maintained a lengthy correspondence with Smith and visited her at her home in Palmers Green, London, in 1969, two years before her death; such of their letters as have been published show, notably, that Replansky raised the issue of Smith's much-discussed attitude to Jews ("When you talk about the practical common sense of Jews I too (Jewish) wince slightly") (Hult, ed., Readings from the Disciplines, p. 164). See May, ed. The Collected Poems and Drawings of Stevie Smith (London: Faber & Faber, 2015) for a full explication of Smith's revisions to Harold's Leap. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 112543

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