Berkeley: University of California Press, 1986. Barry Moser. Second printing of The Pennyroyal Press Edition. Hardcover. 268pp. Square octavo [24 cm] 1/4 black vinyl cloth with gray cloth over boards. Green endpapers. The head of the spine is slightly bruised. In a dust jacket, with light surface rubbing and gentle toning. Very good + / very good. Item #62354
With an appreciation by Justin G. Schiller.
Illustrated with 62 wood engravings by Barry Moser.
From the dust jacket-
"While he was on vacation in the West Indies, Moser watched a huge storm from the porch of his rented cottage. Against the violently darkening backdrop of sea and sky, he imagined - "saw" - a disembodied head in the midst of the storm, and thought - "the Wizard of Oz!" From that beginning came an interpretation of Dorothy's adventures which matches in excitement and originality Moser's celebrated vision of the adventures of another young lady, Alice."