Catalog Record: Maia. : A sonnet sequence | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Maia. : A sonnet sequence / by Charles Erskine Scott Wood ...

Main Author: Wood, Charles Erskine Scott, 1852-1944.
Related Names: Field, Sara Bard 1882-1974.
Language(s): English
Published: [Portland, Or., 1918]
Note: The eighty-seventh sonnet and also the ninety-fifth by Sara Bard Field. Frontspiece by C.E.S.W. Scrivener, Kitty Beck. Decorations and types by A.L.B. for his most constant friend the author for whom this book was hand printed ... in the year nineteen hundred and fifteen": p. [71] Verso of this leaf bears incription: Because of changes and delay the preceding plate must be corrected as follows; the twenty-second sonnet and also the sixty-third by Sara Bard Field ****** the year nineteen hundred and eighteen.
"As first completed this work was a sonnet sequence of the seasons, with more numerous sonnets and prose interjections and without lyrics."
"One hundred and eighty-six copies of this book were printed for the author at the printing house of F.W. Baltes and Xompany, in Portland, Oregon. Completed May twenty-second, nineteen hundred and eighteen. Seen through the press by John Julius Johnck and Arthur Purdy, printers."
"Authorś edition."
Decorated title page.
Physical Description: [73] p. incl. front., illus., plates. 34 cm.
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