A poem in The Step-Ladder, A Monthly Journal of bookly Ascent, Volume VIII, Number 2, January, 1924, pages 48-49.
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One of an edition of 300 copies, numbered and signed by the author. A fine first edition of an important work by a major American author, in which she discusses, for the first time, her Jewish heritage and her husband's suicide. Designed and printed by Robin Heyeck, using handmade Fabriano paper with fore and foot edges uncut, and Centaur and Arrighi type. The frontispiece was created by Carole Romans, the book bound by The Schuberth Bookbindery, with quarter cloth in navy blue, and paper hand marbled by Robin Heyeck in cream and navy blue on a background of dark tan.