Item: Evergreen Review: Volume 1, Number 3Editor: Barney Rosset, Donald AllenDate: 1957Publisher: Grove Press, New YorkFirst Edition8vo., 160 pages
Features a prose fragment, "From an Abandoned Work," by Samuel Beckett, and "Reflections on the Guillotine," about capital punishment, by Albert Camus. There are also works by William Carlos Williams, Frank O'Hara, Gregory Corso, Patsy Southgate, James Grady, E.G. Burrows, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Barbara Guest, EugÃ¨ne Ionesco, Gary Snyder, and Georges Arnaud. This issue also includes some photographs of Jackson Pollock's studio by Hans Namuth (who also took the cover photo) and features a short piece on Pollock by Clement Greenberg. Very Good in lightly rubbed and soiled pictorial wrappers with small tear along bottom of front hinge and along the right side of the front cover. Foxing to fore-edge but clean inside.
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