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The Terrible Stories: Poems by  Lucille Clifton - Paperback - 1st ed., uncorrected proof - c1996 - from Rosebud Books and Biblio.co.uk

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The Terrible Stories: Poems

by Clifton, Lucille

Condition: Fine. No dust jacket, as issued. CLEAN, TIGHT, & ATTRACTIVE; AS UNREAD.


Brockport, NY: BOA Editions, c1996. 1st ed., uncorrected proof. Trade pb. Fine. No dust jacket, as issued. CLEAN, TIGHT, & ATTRACTIVE; AS UNREAD.. tradepaper; cream color wraps; 72 pps.; review material laid in; letter addresed to "Richard" laid in.




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