5 edition of After the Long Train Poems found in the catalog.
After the Long Train Poems
James Masao Mitsui
March 1983 by Bieler Pr .
Written in English
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After the long train. Poems by Minneapolis: Bieler Press, Edition limited to copies (this, copy no. 27) signed by the author, the illustrator, and the printer, Gerald Lange; 8vo, pp.
; printed in red and black, woodcut on title page by Fred Bryan, endsheets of red Japanese Moriki, the covers handmade Duchene; fine. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Fred Brian cut the wood engraving used on the title page"--Colophon. "The edition is limited to numbered copies signed by the author & the illustrator"--Colophon.
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