T.S. Eliot: A Tribute by the Poet Laureate.

[London,] ‘Privately Printed by [the Salient Seedling for] Faber and Faber’, [August 1987].

8vo, pp. [13], [3 (blank)], with photographic illustration pasted in, limitation signed ‘Ted Hughes’; printed in black and grey on Frankfurt Cream paper; uncut in blue Fabriano Roma wrappers with printed dust-wrapper of the same, preserved in glassine and card envelopes with printed label; a few marks to outer envelope, otherwise an excellent copy.


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A privately printed tribute to T.S. Eliot, limited to 250 copies signed by Ted Hughes. The text comprises an address given by Hughes on 26 September 1986, at the unveiling of Eliot’s blue plaque at Kensington Court Gardens.

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