2 edition of Her recollections. found in the catalog.
Eva Ballerini Lee
J.P. Smith and D.B. Bianchi. Notes on the Merrymount Press. San Francisco, 1975, no. 783.
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Every single sentence is exquisite.” —Maris Kreizman, Vulture.