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NY, Dodd, Mead, (1923). Poetry, on the theme of walking, by this Oregon poet who lost the ability to walk in childhood and who observed passersby on a Portland sidewalk from an upper floor of her family's home by use of a mirror on a windowsill. This copy is signed by the author. This is her second book, and the last of her books published in her lifetime: she died the following year, at age 38. The Oregon Book Award for Poetry carries her name (along with that of William Stafford). Loss to the spine label; a near fine copy in a very good, supplied dust jacket with a faint red X and a small chip at the mid spine. [#034874] SOLD

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