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The amputation / Lisa Morisset
Bib ID 6104021
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Morisset, Lisa
 
Online Versions
Description [Dickson, A.C.T.] : Ampersand Duck, [2011] 
1 broadside ; 40 x 20 cm. 
Notes

Limited ed. of 18 copies.

Created for the eighteenth birthday of the poet's daughter.

Letterpress on Magnani Pescia paper ; red text on grey paper ; printer's mark embossed bottom centre.

"1995".

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-190168603

Subjects Broadsides -- Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra -- Specimens.  |  Letterpress printing -- Australia -- Specimens.  |  Australian poetry -- 20th century.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Ampersand Duck

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