POEMS AND SONNETS. WITH A MEMOIR BY ETHEL MOORHEAD. Ernest WALSH.
POEMS AND SONNETS. WITH A MEMOIR BY ETHEL MOORHEAD
POEMS AND SONNETS. WITH A MEMOIR BY ETHEL MOORHEAD
POEMS AND SONNETS. WITH A MEMOIR BY ETHEL MOORHEAD
POEMS AND SONNETS. WITH A MEMOIR BY ETHEL MOORHEAD
POEMS AND SONNETS. WITH A MEMOIR BY ETHEL MOORHEAD

POEMS AND SONNETS. WITH A MEMOIR BY ETHEL MOORHEAD

New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1934. First Edition, Stated. Cloth. (xxviii) 168 pp. Illustrated dust jacket. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". Cloth with paper spine label. A posthumous collection of works by Ernest Walsh. With a biographical memoir by Scottish poet and artist Edith Moorhead, who became Walsh's patron. An American born in Detroit, Walsh joined the American Air Service at the outbreak of World War I, but was seriously injured when his plane crashed while Walsh was in training. After four years in a military hospital, Walsh travelled to Paris. He wrote poetry and co-founded This Quarter, a literary magazine which published Ernest Hemingway, Kay Boyle, Ezra Pound, Gertrude Stein and Walsh. among others. He died prematurly in 1926, never having regained good health since his crash. In 1927, Kay Boyle gave birth to a daughter fathered by Ernest Walsh. A Near Fine copy (slight soiling) in a Very Good dust jacket (Some soiling and edgewear, especially at the spine), now in a clear mylar protective sleeve. Uncommon. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING OF of our books in boxes, via USPS media mail to any United States address. Near Fine / Very Good. Item #2389

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