Titolo: THE LOW DOWN A LITERARY MAGAZINE
Casa editrice: THE BOZO PUBLISHING CORPORATION, NY, NY
Data di pubblicazione: 1925
Legatura: PICTORIAL PRINTED STIFF PAPER
Condizione libro: FAIR CONDITION
Edizione: FIRST EDITION THUS.
Tipologia articolo: MAGAZINE
BEN HECHT'S PUBLICATION OF THIS SHORT LIVED MAGAZINE (TWO ISSUES?) THE ALFRED PUPICK ISSUE WITH MULTIPLE POEMS IN "LOW DOWN" MAGAZINE VOLUME 1, NUMBER 1, JUNE 1925. PAGE 32. LISTED AS VOLUME 1, NUMBER 1 THE SAME AS THE MAY ISSUE, 1925, COVERS DETACHED AND SPLIT AT THE SEAM, VERTICAL FOLD DOWN THE CENTER OF THE MAGAZINE. WATER STAINING ALONG THE OUTER EDGE OF THE PAGES. CONTAINS POEMS "SONG FROM A YIDDISH COWBOY OR DE ROUGH RIDER FROM DEAD MEN'S GULCH" BY ALFRED PUPICK --- ( STUDENT.) ALSO "THE UNDERWEAR SALESMAN OR THE WEARING OF THE GREEN." BY ALFRED PUPICK ---STUDENT. AN EXTREMELY RARE COPY OF THIS EPHEMERAL MAGAZINE OF SATIRE.PROSE POEM "RHYME OF THE VERY BEST WAY TO LEAD PURE GIRLS ASTRAY." Size: 6 1/8" X 8 1/2". Codice inventario libreria 222060
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