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Limited to 2000 copies. 100 pp.; 8vo; blue cloth stamped in gilt, in printed paper dust jacket. Cloth faded top edge where jacket shows one inch by half-inch triangle of loss near spine; two inch verticle strip of very light foxing to front endpaper. Jacket chip mentioned above also affecting top of spine with three-quarter inch loss bottom of spine; moderate soil; crease across back lower corner; half-inch closed tears rear top edge; spot of sticker residue jacket front.
Joseph Moncure March (July 27, 1899 New York City - February 14, 1977 Los Angeles, California) was an American poet and essayist, best known for his long narrative poems The Wild Party and The Set-Up. After serving in World War I and graduating from Amherst College (where he was a protégé of Robert Frost), March worked as managing editor for The New Yorker in 1925, and helped create the magazine's "Talk of the Town" front section. After leaving the magazine, March wrote the first of his two important long Jazz Age narrative poems, The Wild Party. Due to its risqué content, this violent story of a vaudeville dancer who throws a booze and sex-filled party could not find a publisher until 1928. Once published, however, the poem was a great success despite being banned in Boston. [Wikipedia]
Title: The Wild Party.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: London, Martin Secker: 1928
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Very Good condition in Good jacket, in protective mylar wrap
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 4043
Keywords: American Los Angeles California