2 edition of Eastward the armies found in the catalog.
Eastward the armies
|Statement||William Everson ; with an introd. by the author & interview ; illustrations by Tom Killion ; edited by Les Ferriss.|
|LC Classifications||PS3509.V65 E23|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. (on double leaves) :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||81455747|
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28ff., frenchfold. One of copies, signed by the poet, William Everson, and the artist, Tom Killion. Designed and printed in two colors by Richard Bigus. Killion's beautifully executed, white-line linocuts are printed in dark blue.
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