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Titre : New Directions in Prose and Poetry 23
Éditeur : W W Norton & Co Inc
Reliure : PAPERBACK
Etat du livre : Very Good
0811200817 ~Very Good. Light shelf wear to covers/corners; satisfaction guaranteed. Trade paperback binding. Signed and inscribed by contributor Walter Hamady to James (Jim) Holly, husband of Dr. Elspeth Pope. Infamous Independent Bookstore in Olympia, Washington. Good, trade paperback, light wear to corners and edges. Association Copy: In 1991, Elspeth Pope, recently retired as a professor in library and information science, met Dr. Melissa Hardie, director of the Hypatia Trust in Cornwall, England. Melissa and her husband, Dr. Philip Budden, had created the Hypatia Trust, a library of published and personal documentation of the achievements of hundreds of creative women. Their collection of more than 15,000 items was housed in a fine building, in the garden next to their home. Their work and Hypatia's story planted the seed that grew into the dream that became the reality of Hypatia-in-the-Woods, a Retreat Center for Women in the Arts, Academe & Business located in Shelton, Washington. We have more of James Holly & Dr. Pope's library available upon request. N° de réf. du libraire SKU07141119
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