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13 ways of looking at a magpie / Alex Selenitsch, after Wallace Stevens
Bib ID 7044126
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Selenitsch, Alex, artist, author
 
Description Clifton Hill, Victoria : Alex Selenitsch, [1998] 
©1998 
15 unnumbered pages ; 22 x 22 cm 
Summary

Verses of a poem on white pages interleaved with black leaves, some cut, folded etc.

Notes

Edition limited to 26 copies (A-Z) and 5 proofs (marked a e i o u).

Library's SR copy is no. I.

Binding

White card cover with black ribbon tie. 

Subjects Artists' books.  |  Artists' books -- Australia.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Stevens, Wallace, 1879-1955. Thirteen ways of looking at a blackbird
Also Titled

Thirteen ways of looking at a magpie

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