'Farewell to Faust', 1968.

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A poem conveyed by Christopher Marlowe's ghost who appeared to George Reavey's wife as she was gardening. When she wrote the poem down she was astounded to see the handwriting was not hers, but rather appeared to be Marlowe's. This poem is printed on sheer tissue, dedicated to George Reavey, and is enclosed in a Reavey poem that in turn is dedicated to Marlowe and silkscreened in colours on heavy grey stock.