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Arpa de Cinco Cuerdas (Signed) by  Luis Maria Mora - Paperback - Signed First Edition - 1929 - from AARDWOLF Fine Books and

Arpa de Cinco Cuerdas (Signed)

by Mora, Luis Maria

Condition: See description

Imprenta Salesiana, Rome, 1929; First Edition; Signed; 12mo, 159 pages; wraps. Collection of works by Colombian poet Luis Maria Mora, with preface by Antonio Gomez Restrepo providing an analysis of Mora’s work. Inscribed and signed in the year of publication by the author to Antonio Castellanos, early Los Angeles Mexican-American lawyer, political activist, and author. Very Good Plus, in printed wraps, a number of pages unopened. Clean and bright.

  • Bookseller: AARDWOLF Fine Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 3062
  • Title: Arpa de Cinco Cuerdas (Signed)
  • Author: Mora, Luis Maria
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Imprenta Salesiana
  • Place: Rome,
  • Date published: 1929
  • Keywords: Poetry, Latin American Literature, Mexican-American, Colombia, Signed
  • Bookseller catalogs: Poetry;


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