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Book Condition: Very Good
1972 hardcover in dust jacket; 64 pages. Introductory note by Ted Hughes. Includes Plath's BBC radio-play Three Women. No marks or writing in book. A much-loved copy of this collection of late writings by Sylvia Plath, the dust jacket is quite rubbed and has the patina of a cherished relic. We have protected the jacket from further effacement with a clear mylar sleeve. As the poet noted in the title poem, "The wet dawn inks are doing their blue dissolve..."