San Francisco: Arion Press, 2002. Limited Edition. Wraps. One of 400 copies, octavo size, 16 p. Fine. Item #22032220
A keepsake published in a limited edition of 400 copies, which "came about because Seamus Heaney, the Nobel prize-winning poet, visited the press and presented us with his translation of a poem by Alexander Pushkin entitled 'Arion'. We have printed the Russian text opposite Heaney's English version and added the classical account of Arion saved from the sea by a dolphin to contrast with Pushkin's variant interpretation of the story" (quote from the Arion Press).
___DESCRIPTION: Softbound with blue laid paper wraps, black lettering on the front, stitched binding, title page with an illustration in blue of Arion astride a dolphin, limitation statement on the copyright page, printed in an edition of 400 copies, Seamus Heaney's English translation of the poem in blue; octavo size (9.5" by 6.25"), unpaginated with eight leaves.
___CONDITION: Fine, entirely free of wear, soil, or any markings; clean and as new from the publisher.
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