Faber and Faber, 24 Russell Square.
8vo. 7.5 x 5 inches. 22 pp. In grey card wrapper, with black titles, over plain green inner wrapper. A little sunning of edges and slight foxing inside, but otherwise a very good copy. A collection of thirteen short poems by James Joyce, first published by Shakespeare and Company in Paris, 1927. They were composed between 1904 and 24 in Dublin, Trieste, Zurich and Paris. The title is a play on words of poems and pommes, offered at a penny each. The collection proved popular, being published in numerous editions with four of the poems frequently appearing in anthologies.
[Stock No. 27490]