Limited Edition this is #260 of 500. Though not called for, signed by Auster.
After graduating Columbia in 1970, Paul Auster moved to Paris where he earned a living working as a telephone operator for the Paris bureau of the New York Times and translating French poetry. While in Paris, Auster founded Living Hand, both a little magazine and a small, independent publishing house. Living Hand took its name from Keats ("This living hand, now warm and capable"). Eight issues of Living Hand were published, containing a great number of Auster's translations. This is issue # 7, a full length monolog of Selected Poems from Andre Du Bouchet, translated by Auster.
A fine copy in wrappers.
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