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Unpaginated; illustrated blue wrappers. Inscribed by the author: "for Ruth Witt-Diamant, with a love note and a hand full of blossom." Signed also by the author on title page. In addition: a one page h.l.s. , 1973 soliciting response on the poem A Fight for Air. Mycue states that he typed up a copy for her but the typescript is not included here. "Your very definitely lucid about your reactions: that's why I would be glad for some kind of response from you." The greeting card note, written on a folded Asian Art Museum card reproducing Monkeys by Mori Sosen, "Ruth, we really enjoyed last evening . . . Here's the poem Root Route & Range [this IS included in a 7 page mimeograph] seen earlier (in its more jack-in-the-box form), Ed (& Richard; P. S. , also enclosed is a poem by Juliet Garfinkel, (your former student . . .). This piece, The Children's Poem, is also present in a typed manuscript, signed by Garfinkel. Ruth Witt-Diamant was the founder of the Poetry Center, San Francisco State University. The book shows slight age toning to spine.
Title: Damage Within The Community. Inscribed, with holograph letter, geeting card, and notes, to Ruth Witt-Diamant.
Edition: 2nd Printing
Publisher: San Francisco, Panjandrum Press: 
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Near Fine condition
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 6597
Keywords: Poetry Literature San Francisco