New York: Boni & Liveright, (1927). First Edition, Limited to 265 numbered and signed copies of which 250 are for sale, our copy is noted as "Presentation" copy on the colophon. SIGNED by Jeffers. From the estate of Eric Temple Bell (1883 – 1960), a Scottish-born mathematician and science fiction writer who lived in the United States for most of his life. He published non-fiction using his given name and fiction as John Taine. 8vo. 175 pp. Cream paper spine over decorative paper covered boards,black lettering to spine; housed in publisher's black slicase with paper title label on spine. Darkening to spine else near fine in near very good slipcase (splitting at lower spine; wear to extremities;small loss at spine head opening). Item #20198
"The Women at Point Sur is Jeffers' longest poem, a magnificent narrative almost as long as a novel, fully as interesting as any novel can be, and infinitely more stirring to mind and senses than any prose."