The poet in the desert
New York: The Vanguard Press, 1929. Hardcover. vi, 145p., red cloth boards; somewhat soiled baords, corners mildly bumped, spine slightly toned, lacking dj, endpapers and fore-edge are foxed. Good reading copy.
"The first edition of this book was reviewed by Max Eastman in the MASSES and Emma Goldman in MOTHER EARTH. The one said there was too much propaganda and too little poetry--the other that there was too much poetry and too little propaganda" - p. v.
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