1967 The Transatlantic Review: Number 25, Summer 1967
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First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding
Featuring fourteen stories, poems and pieces of prose, this periodical offers a wonderful insight into the pioneering literary voices of the mid twentieth centurt.
Amongst the works presence in this volume are Burroughs's story '23 Skidoo', Joyce Carol Oates's 'In the Warehouse', and Flann O'Brien's 'The Third Policeman'.
Founded in 1959 and running until 1977, the Transatlantic Review was known for its eclectic mix of short stories and poetry, featured alongside drawings, essays, and interviews with writers and theatre and film directors.
The first three leaves of '23 Skidoo' are detached, and loosely inserted.
In the publisher's original paper wraps. Light rubbing to front joint, with a touch of fading to perimeters of front wrap. Internally, three leaves detached, with title page detached to the tail. Pages exceptionally clean and bright.
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