Woodside, California: The Heyeck Press, 1983. Hardcover. Rich was widely influential throughout the 20th century, with work spanning 7 decades. Her poetry in the 1970s and 80s were central to second wave feminism, though her work here in the long poem "Sources" addresses her Jewish heritage. Brown cloth boards with faux-marbled design, black leather spine with gilt tiles. One of 300 copies printed and designed by Heyeck Press, printed on handmade Fabriano paper, frontispiece by Carole Romans, fore and tail edges of pages are rough-cut. Signed by Rich on the limitation page. Near fine copy of this limited edition, numbered 67. Boards are now protected in Mylar. Rich's signature is bright and intact, bottom edge of pages are slightly warped, likely due to design of binding. Near Fine. Item #2019-J409

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