Book Description

8vo. First edition. Original dark brown and cream hardcovers, gilt. Jacket design by Leigh Taylor. Poem in blue ink, signed and dated (Chichester 1965), on the flyleaf. Obituary of the author from The Independent in 2004 loosely inserted. Fine in fine d/w.
Dealer Notes
The poem Ted Walker has written very neatly out at the front of the this book is ‘Crocuses’ which was the first poem in his next volume ‘The Solitaries’ (1967). Winner of the Eric Gregory Award for 1964, Ted Walker won the inaugural Cholmondeley Award for poetry with this book. His autobiographical volume ‘The High Path’ was reprinted by Slightly Foxed in their series of limited editions.
Author Walker, Ted
Date 1965
Publisher London, Jonathan Cape

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