Joaquin Miller in 1863, The Sphinx Speaks! Being an account wherein no bitters-bolstered braggadocio burns within, but Instead enter exuberant emotions of a loving husband, who dodges the Civil War, flirts with fleeing society, encounters the charming "Menken," and courts a fickle muse more favoring his wife.

By: Chandler, Robert J.

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Privately Printed for Members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs. 9 pp; 4to; printed. sewn, red wrappers; tipped in color reproduction of Miller portrait by James Everett Stuart.

Title: Joaquin Miller in 1863, The Sphinx Speaks! Being an account wherein no bitters-bolstered braggadocio burns within, but Instead enter exuberant emotions of a loving husband, who dodges the Civil War, flirts with fleeing society, encounters the charming "Menken," and courts a fickle muse more favoring his wife.

Author Name: Chandler, Robert J.

Categories: Western Americana,

Edition: Printed letterpress in an edition of 300

Publisher: San Francisco, 2000

Book Condition: Fine condition

Seller ID: 1937

Keywords: Poetry Western Americana California Literature