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Author's Autograph Edition, No. 6 of 103 copies on Sterling Japan Parchment, with an inscribed by the author on limitation page: "I have a theory that Tobacco was named after Tobacchus, an Indian god of revelry and inspiration, Wallace Irwin." 50 pp., portrait frontis; 8vo; yellow paper over boards, printed in red; parchment backstrip; eight illustrations & cover design by Gelett Burgess. Soil to covers at extremities and top quarter of back; with some light foxing and spotting; tanning to edges of front endpaper and offset tanning from news article once laid in at gutter of limitation page.
A parody of Fitzgerald's version of Omar Khayya´m.
Title: The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, Jr. Translated from the Original Bornese into English Verse by Wallace Irwin. [Inscribed by Irwin].
Edition: Limited Edition
Publisher: San Francisco, Elder & Shepard: 1902
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Good Condition
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 6741
Keywords: Poetry Parodies