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Sam's World: Poems by  Sam Cornish - Signed First Edition - 1978 - from citynightsbooks and

Sam's World: Poems

by Cornish, Sam

Condition: Near Fine/No Jacket

Decatur House Press, 1978. Stated first edition. Signed with cryptic comment on title page. White cloth stamped with titles and photographic image. No DJ as issued. Poems related to history -- both personal and African-American. For the past six years, Cornish has been Boston Poet Laureate. A very good plus/near fine copy with pub's promotional brochure laid in. 75 pp.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Jacket.


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