(Tacámbaro, Mich.): Taller Martín Pescador; Juan Pascoe, 2019. Limited edition. Wraps. Near fine. Item #21282 .
Small 4to. 44pp. Finely printed by Juan Pascoe and Martín Urbina on Tamayo de Ponte paper in an edition of 140 copies, though the printer has told us that the actual number is less than that. This is number 138. The text was composed by Florencio Ramírez in fonts of Polphilus, Blado, Cloister, Bembo and an ornament originally invented by Antonio de Espinosa in Tenochtitlan circa 1555.
The text is a translation of the Yeats poem into Spanish by twelve talented translators, with one translation, the introduction and the commentary by Francisco Segovia. The expertise in these translations is awe inspiring. In Spanish.
Bound with vellum slips into stiff paper covers, printed labels on the spine and the upper board. Small, but noticeable, crease on the covers else in fine, as new condition.
The colophon indicates that these translations and commentaries first appeared in numbers 5 and 6 of "Otros Diálogos".