Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin Books, 1972.
First printing. 419 pp., 4.25 x 7.25 inches. Perfect-bound in printed card covers. With six black-and-white reproductions. Pages evenly browned, and spine creased at center (where the section of photographs is bound in), but a tight, clean, and mostly unopened copy. An uncommon and useful collection. Item #4099
“Penguin critical anthologies is a series collecting criticism on major English, American and European writers. Each volume contains a full selection from the writer on his own art, contemporary reception, later criticism and (in each case the longest section) modern critical discussions and analyses. The editor contributes introductions, a table of dates, a bibliography and a full glossarial index. The anthologized passages range in length from a paragraph to a complete essay, and the principle has been to encourage the widest possible range of opinion, critical viewpoint and method.”.