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22 June 2010
FAULKNER, William. Salmagundi... Including "Ultimately" A Poem by Ernest Hemingway. Milwaukee: Casanova Press, 1932.
8o. Original ribbed tan wrappers, printed in black and red, uncut; publisher's burgundy board slipcase; quarter morocco folding case. Provenance: Mrs. Charles W. Engelhard (sold Christie's New York, 2 December 2005, lot 146).
LIMITED FIRST EDITION, number 388 of 525 copies. In addition to Ernest Hemingways four-line poem Ultimately, printed on the back cover, Salmagundi contains five poems and three prose pieces by Faulkner: the poems "The Faun," "Dying Gladiator," "Portrait," "The Lilacs" and "L'Apres-Midi dun Faune," and the prose pieces "New Orleans," "On Criticism" and "Verse Old and Nascent: A Pilgrimage." All the books' contents previously appeared in the New Orleans magazine The Double Dealer. Hanneman B11; Massey 753; Petersen A11.1a. A VERY FINE COPY.
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