ERNEST HEMINGWAY Debut POETRY A MAGAZINE of VERSE January 1923 Vol XXI No IV
POETRY - A Magazine of Verse January 1923, Vol. Featuring the Debut of Ernest Hemingway. Light green, matte pictorial wraps with Pegasus in titles, moderate edge wear, rub; stamp at cover for University of Miami. Pages generally very good w/toning to first few pages, few previously uncut leaves uneven. This January, 1923 issue prints six poems entitled "Wanderings" by Ernest Hemingway: "Mitrailliatrice; Oily Weather; Roosevelt; Riparto d'Assalto; Champs d'Honneur; and, Chapter Heading". These poems were reprinted later in 1923 in Hemingway's first book, "Three Stories and Ten Poems" published by Contact Publishing in Paris on August 13th 1923; thus, this printing precedes Hemingway's first book by about six months.
At back, this journal notes that two poets are new to our readers... Hemingway, a young Chicago poet now abroad, will soon issue in Paris his first book of verse. Extremely rare and important to all Hemingway collections.
8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ Tall. The item "ERNEST HEMINGWAY Debut POETRY A MAGAZINE of VERSE January 1923 Vol XXI No IV" is in sale since Thursday, November 2, 2017. This item is in the category "Books\Antiquarian & Collectible".
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- Special Attributes: 1st Edition
- Subject: Literature & Fiction
- Topic: Poetry
- Binding: Softcover, Wraps
- Author: Ernest Hemingway
- Year Printed: 1923
- Place of Publication: Chicago