Red cloth, t.e.g., spine a trifle faded. First State. Contains the first book appearance of "Renascence." INSCRIBED to Zimbalist. Zimbalist bookplate (offset on Millay signature). All New York. Together 4 vols., 8vo, original bindings. FIRST EDITIONS, except for the first title. PRESENTATION COPIES, each inscribed by Millay. (4) " /> MILLAY, EDNA ST. VINCENT. A Few Figs from Thistles. New and Enlarged Edition. 1921. <I>Green wrappers, spine partly worn; maroon cloth folding case</I>. First Issue. INSCRIBED to Efrem Zimbalist. Zimbalist bookplate (with offset below inscription) -- Second April. 1921. <I>Black cloth, small ink stain on title-page; maroon half-morocco slipcase</I>. INSCRIBED to Zimbalist. Bookplate of Alma Zimbalist -- The Harp-Weaver and Other Poems. 1923. <I>Black cloth; maroon half-morocco slipcase</I>. INSCRIBED to Zimbalist by both Millay and Frank Crowninshield (editor and publisher of <I>Vanity Fair</I>) at top of front free endpaper: "To Zimmie, with love from Frank C., Merry Christmas," and below, "and from me, too, Crowny! Edna St. Vincent Millay (some time after Christmas)." Zimbalist bookplate (offset on part of Millay inscription) -- [MILLAY]. The Lyric Year...Edited by Ferdinand Earle. 1912. <I>Red cloth, t.e.g., spine a trifle faded</I>. First State. Contains the first book appearance of "Renascence." INSCRIBED to Zimbalist. Zimbalist bookplate (offset on Millay signature). <I>All</I> New York. <I>Together 4 vols., 8vo, original bindings</I>. FIRST EDITIONS, except for the first title. PRESENTATION COPIES, each inscribed by Millay. (4) | Christie's