Going Too Far [Jill Johnston Library]

Morgan, Robin [Jill Johnston]


First Edition cloth in dust-jacket, warmly inscribed to Robin Morgan’s friend and colleague, Jill Johnston thus: “For Jill, who also was the woman, suffered, and was there. Love and recognition, Robin Morgan”. The late great Jill Johnston (1929-2010) was a cultural, literary and dance critic, memoirist, radical lesbian feminist and champion of the avant-garde, and the book also bears her distinctive stamp in blue ink (on the same page as the inscription, the ffep) which reads “Write first. then live.” J.J. 333 pages in VG- condition with some spotting to text block and minor soiling here and there within. Johnston’s spare notes, underlings and other markings appear on several dozen pages of a few of the essays in the book. Dust-jacket has chipping to top edge, crease to rear flap, some yellowing. Robin Morgan (b. 1941) was compiler of the legendary anthology Sisterhood is Powerful and author of numerous books of poetry, fiction, non-fiction & memoir. Further images upon request.

Book Publisher: Random House

Publication Place: New York City

Publication Date: 1977

ISBN: 9780394482279

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Weight 2.0000 lbs