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One of 750 copies. No. 5 of the "Outcast" Series of Chapbooks. 36 pp.; 8vo; printed, stapled white wrappers. Hint of browning at edges.
Fraenkel was one of the self-exiled American expatriates who moved to France following WWI. There he met Henry Miller, and Walter Lowenfels, with whom he founded Carrefour Press, a voice for the short lived "anonymous" movement based on the idea of total anonymity in the arts.
Title: Land of the Quetzal. [Excerpts from The Journal (The Mexican Years, 1940-1944)]
Categories: Literary Collections,
Edition: Limited Edition
Publisher: N.Y., Oscar Baradinsky at the Alicat Book Shop: 1946
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Fine condition
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 2476
Keywords: General American European Journals Small Press