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Edition: "(Signed, 1st edition)"
"Interior as new. Black cloth exterior with red gilt lettering shows slight dustiness and a small mark on the aback cover.. No DJ. Author signed and inscribed: ""Each moment you look out, in , aft, over: destroys an arrangement - constructs a miracle."" 121 pages." View more info
Publisher: NY, 1909
"Tight, faintest age tanning of pages, fading of covers, age soiled covers, pages with occasional fingermark or wicking mark in margins, square. Complete 4 volume set including illustrations, index & translator's notes. Spine ends are softened and rubbed with some fraying. It appears to have been repeatedly read and handled. Page edges: top with gilt finish, side and bottom rough cut (some pages in each volume still uncut). Rubbed cover corners (a few through to b... View more info
By: "Andersen, Jon"
Publisher: CURBSTONE PR,
Jon Andersen's debut book of poems, "Stomp and Sing," illuminates the concerns and aspirations of the new working-class generation. Andersen's image-studded lyrics about work, love, family and class struggle create a vivid narrative that traces the concerns and aspirations of young people facing the challenges of daily life in a turbulent century. These are clear, direct poems that take us from mountaintops to local cafes, from lumberyards to town sidewalks, and range... View more info
Publisher: "Needham, MA", 1989
Edition: (1st edition)
"As new except for curled corner. Work of 4 members of the Wild Goose Poets: Tony Arturo's include a group of poems centered on history and the Civil War; EMC's poems have a ""humanistic, accessible focus"", Elizabeth Bertlett Thompson's have been read in libraries and cafes in the Greater Boston area; Robert K. Johnson, in addition to poetry, is the author of books on Neil Simon and Francis Ford Coppola. 58 pages, 9x6""." View more info
By: "Ashbery, John"
Publisher: "Farrar, Straus and Giroux",
"And the Stars Were Shining," John Ashbery's sixteenth collection, strikes out into new territory and engages the reader in unexpected ways. In their relative brevity they display all the valiant wit and rich lyric intensity which readers know from Ashberry's expansive longer work. View more info
By: "Auster, Paul"
Publisher: "Woodstock, NY", 1988
Edition: (1st thus)
"Tight, bright, faint age soil to exterior, a few smudges in interior, slight curl. ""The first major selection of Paul Auster's poetry to be published in one volume...disturbing, eloquent, and utterly unique...""" View more info
Publisher: "London, UK",
As new except for slight wear to exterior edges and light pencil checks in index. Text in Polish. 386 pages + index. View more info