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The trial of 6 designers

Author: George Salter; Marshall Lee; Kenneth Rexroth; Hammermill Paper Company. Lock Haven Division.
Publisher: Lock Haven, Pa. : Hammermill Paper Company, Lock Haven Division, 1968.
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Named Person: Franz Kafka
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Salter; Marshall Lee; Kenneth Rexroth; Hammermill Paper Company. Lock Haven Division.
OCLC Number: 435808
Notes: "Designs for Kafka's The trial, by George Salter, P.J. Conkwright, Merle Armitage, Carl Zahn, Joseph Blumenthal [and] Marshall Lee."
"Six 24-page sections, in each of which a designer has presented his version of Kafka's The trial"--Page 9.
Description: 214 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Responsibility: designs for Kafka's The trial by George Salter [and others] ; edited by Marshall Lee ; with an essay on The trial by Kenneth Rexroth.

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