Place Published: New York
Publisher: The Red Ozier Press
Edition: First facsimile edition
Book Id: 23331
Octavo [21 cm] Tan illustrated wraps. Very good condition. There is a small stain on the bottom edge of the front cover. The rear cover is very lightly soiled. There is a gift inscription on the first page. The pages are clean.
"Mirabai, who wrote in Rajasthani, became part of the renewal of ecstatic religious life in North India in the sixteenth century. When her husband was killed in a war, she was about twenty-seven and decided to leave the compund: she did, writing her poems, composing the music for them, and dancing them. Her husband's family insisted she made a bad bargain. Mirabai answers them in It's True I Went To The Market. Robert Bly." Ex-libris Rosalie Sorrels, American folk singer-songwriter who resides in the mountains of Idaho.