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Rosamund: A Dramatic Poem
Published by San Francisco: A. M. Robertson, 1920
Measures 8.5x5.5 inches Weighs 7 ounces

Condition: Good & Aged.
Softcover paper covers are of rough making, a unique press. Dark brown with black text and decoration at the front. Off-white pages are strong. Text is crisp clean and clear.
Cover has an open tear at front cover top. Blemished with color lightly (orange and white) under text. Covers all around are worn with a bit of chipping.

Back pages contains the limited edition #163 out of 500 with Author Signature

Scene 1
The sixth century of the Christian era, with
Justin emperor at Byzantium.
The banquet hall of the aged Turisund, king
of the Gepidae, a nation occupying the territory
now comprised by Wallachia, Moldavia, Transyl­
vania and other parts of Hungary beyond the
Danube. He enters, accompanied by Alboin, the
only son of Audoin, king of the Lombards. He is
young, huge and bearded. With him are two score
warriors of his nation, and with Turisund four
score Gepidan chiefs. They proceed to the great
table that nearly covers the floor-space of the hall.
(To Alboin) Take thou the seat at my right hand,
0 prince I

Rosamund A Dramatic Poem, George Sterling, #163/500 Limited Edition Signed by Author, Ukiah California Robertson/Reed Pub, First Edition


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