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IRISH EXILE: (An Irish American returned from his seventh visit "Home"); [broadside poem, inscribed by the poet to the printer]

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IRISH EXILE: (An Irish American returned from his seventh visit "Home"); [broadside poem, inscribed by the poet to the printer]

by Drew, Fraser

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(Amador City: Quintessence Publications, 1981). First edition. Number 4 of 100 numbered copies, per the colophon. Drew's poem printed by Marlan Beilke at his Quintessence press, inscribed beneath the colophon on verso, "For Marlan Beilke, who prints my Irish poem, teaches me ever more about our poet Jeffers, brightens my life with his fun and wit and friendship, and has my affection and admiration - Fraser." Additionally signed above the inscription, "Fraser Drew/ 16 January 1981." Letterpress printed in black with green border and ornamentation on 8.25 x 11.5" off-white textured paper. Near fine with slight toning to verso edges.

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Title
IRISH EXILE: (An Irish American returned from his seventh visit "Home"); [broadside poem, inscribed by the poet to the printer]
Author
Drew, Fraser
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Publisher
Quintessence Publications
Place of Publication
(Amador City
Date Published
1981)
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