THE FALL OF THE CITY. A Verse Play for Radio. Archibald MACLEISH.

THE FALL OF THE CITY. A Verse Play for Radio

London: Boriswood, (1937). First British Edition. Hardcover. Foreword by the author. Fine in a Fine dustwrapper. Lovely copy. Item #020286

Archibald MacLeish was not only a well-known poet but also served as Librarian of Congress, appointed by Franklin Roosevelt, a position he used to reorganize and promote the institution. In addition to winning three Pulitzer Prizes, MacLeish was commissioned by the NEW YORK TIMES to write a poem to celebrate the Apollo 11 moon landing, which he entitled "Voyage to the Moon" and which appeared on the front page of the 21 July 1969 edition of the paper.

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