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  • POUND, Ezra.
    $125.00
    Norfolk: New Directions [1953]. First printing of this new edition. 248 pp w/index. Rubbing to bottom edges of boards, else near fine in a very near fine dust jacket. One of 500 copies. Gallup A5e.
  • POUND, Ezra.
    $75.00
    London: Faber and Faber (1960). First UK edition. 126 pp. Faint endemic offsetting to endpapers, else fine in very near fine dust jacket with two short closed tears. Gallup A77c.
  • POUND, Ezra.
    $1,500.00
    London: Greater Britain Publications [1939]. First edition. 12 pp. Fine in stapled wrappers. Later reissued in the 1950s by Peter Russell, this early imprint is normally associated with British fascism. From the library of Black Sparrow publisher John Martin, with his discreet ownership ticket. Gallup A46.
  • POUND, Ezra. ed.
    $4,500.00
    NY: Arrow Editions (1936). First edition. 52 pp. Faint sunning to spine and extrems, else fine in fine dust jacket with a touch of restoration to a short closed tear on the rear panel. Housed in a fine custom clamshell case with leather spine label. Penciled notation “inscribed by Pound” in Larry McMurtry’s hand on the front flyleaf. Witter Bynner’s bookplate inside the front board. Dated (year of pestilence a.d. 1947) and INSCRIBED by Pound, “Regretfully returned to W. Bynner...” with the addition, “+ regards to A.C.” = Alice Corbin, a mutual friend, early editor of POETRY. Gallup B36b.
  • POWELL, Dawn.
    $2,000.00
    NY; Farrar & Rinehart (1932). First edition. 282 pp. Near fine in near fine dust jacket with some shallow chipping to base and crown of spine, and to tips of flap folds. Powell’s fifth novel, originally titled COME BACK TO SORRENTO, but changed by the publisher against Powell’s wishes on publication.
  • POWELL, Lawrence Clark.
    $20.00
    Berkeley: Peacock Press, 1965. First edition. 16mo. 15 pp. Fine in stapled wrappers. An essay on the difficulties created by big books.
  • POWELL, Roxie.
    $35.00
    Cherry Valley: Cherry Valley Editions (1974). Second edition. [15 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Edited by Charles Plymell with an introduction by Dave Haselwood. Originally published in 1963 in a 250 copy letterpress edition by Haselwood and Plymell.
  • POWYS, T.F.
    $75.00
    Denton: Brynmill (1995). First edition. 213 pp w/afterword, notes, & sources. Fine in fine dust jacket. Stories selected and edited by Elaine and Barrie Mencher.
  • POWYS, T.F.
    $100.00
    London: Chatto & Windus, 1925. First edition. 311 pp. Very near fine in like dust jacket. Powys’ third novel. Custom bookplate of early Powys bibliographer and champion Lloyd Emerson Siberell inside the front board.
  • POWYS, T.F.
    $45.00
    Gringly-on-the-Hill: Brynmill (1991). First trade edition. vii + 322 pp w/notes. Fine in fine dust jacket. Edited with notes by Ian Robinson, assisted by Elaine Mencher. Afterword by J. Lawrence Mitchell. Composed just before MR. WESTON’S GOOD WINE (1927), but unpublished until this edition.
  • POWYS, T.F.
    $75.00
    London: Chatto & Windus (1930). First edition. 278 pp. Fine in near fine dust jacket with light wear along the top edge and crown of spine.
  • PRICE, Reynolds.
    $75.00
    Rocky Mount: North Carolina Wesleyan College Press (1989). First edition, numbered & signed issue. 45 pp. Fine in marbled paper-covered boards with cloth spine. No dust jacket, as issued. One of 100 numbered copies SIGNED by Price. Additionally dated (11 v 90) and warmly INSCRIBED by Price to a close friend.
  • PRICE, Reynolds.
    $20.00
    [Rocky Mount]: Friends of the Library, North Carolina Wesleyan College (1981). First edition. [8 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. One of 500 copies. An essay with a short preface by Price. Produced on the occasion of his reading at the Library.
  • PRICE, Reynolds.
    $750.00
    [Winston-Salem]: Palaemon Press (1979). First edition, lettered & signed issue. 29 pp. Fine in black cloth-covered boards with gilt-stamped leather spine. No dust jacket, as issued. One of 9 lettered copies SIGNED by Price with his original drawing on the title page.
  • PRIME-STEVENSON, Edward.
    $125.00
    [North Pomfret]: Elysium Press, 2002. First edition. 17 pp. Fine in stiff wrappers and fine pale green paper dust jacket with pasted-on cover label. One of 50 numbered copies, of which ten were for private use. Edited, with an introduction by Tom Sargant. Burton Weiss wrote: travel pieces by a gay American writer born in 1858 who lived most of his adult life in Europe, where he published two groundbreaking books under the pseudonym “Xavier Mayne”: IMRE: A MEMORANDUM (Naples, 1906), the first sympathetic and explicitly gay novel by an American, and THE INTERSEXES (1908), the first separately published study of homosexuality by an American.
  • PRINCE, Richard.
    $150.00
    Los Angeles & Ostfildern-Ruit: Regen Projects/Hatje Cantz Verlag (2004). First edition, first issue. [176 pp]. Fine in glossy illustrated boards. No dust jacket, as issued. Catalogue/artist’s book produced on the occasion of his exhibition at Regen Projects.
  • PUGSLEY, Edmund E.
    $25.00
    (np): Wm. Meek Ltd., 1968. First edition. 16mo. 19 pp. Fine in stapled wrappers. A poetic condemnation of sequential wars from 1914-1968.
  • PUIG, Manuel.
    $150.00
    NY: Dutton, 1971. First US edition. 222 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Translated from the original Spanish by Suzanne Jill Levine. Puig’s first novel.
  • PURDY, Al.
    $125.00
    [Vancouver]: Colophon Books, 1990. First edition, numbered & signed issue. Folio. [4 pp]. Fine in sewn wrappers. Printed at the Pie Tree Press. Pairs “Blood Pressure Blues” with “Concerning Ms. Atwood.” One of 100 numbered copies SIGNED by Purdy.
  • PURDY, James.
    $45.00
    NY: Nadja [1978]. First edition, numbered & signed issue. [8 pp]. Fine in sewn wrappers. Pages uncut. A single poem by Purdy, with his cover art. One of 174 numbered copies SIGNED by Purdy. The first book of the press.
  • PURDY, James.
    $75.00
    NY: Nadja (1979). First edition, numbered & signed issue. [14 pp]. Fine in sewn wrappers. One of 100 numbered copies on handmade Umbria paper SIGNED by Purdy. A prose work with a drawing by Purdy as a frontis.
  • PYNCHON, Thomas.
    $1,000.00
    Philadelphia & NY: Lippincott (1963). Advance reading copy. 492 pp. Light tanning to spine, else near fine in printed wrappers. Pynchon’s first book.
  • RADCLYFFE-HALL, Marguerite.
    $750.00
    London: John and Edward Bumpus, 1908. First edition. xi + 113 pp. Very near fine in full red cloth with gilt decoration. Her third collection of poems, preceding her first novel for many years. THE WELL OF LONELINESS, her best known book, was published in 1928.
  • RAINE, Kathleen.
    $25.00
    [London]: Privately Printed, 1978. First edition. [22 pp]. Fine in wrappers and integral blue paper dust jacket with pasted-on cover label. Printed at the Tragara Press. One of 145 numbered copies on Conqueror Vellum laid paper. Published on the occasion of Raine’s 70th birthday. Halliwell A7.
  • RAKOSI, Carl.
    $25.00
    West Branch: Toothpaste Press, 1981. First edition, numbered & signed issue. [32 pp]. Fine in full cloth with printed paper cover label. No dust jacket, as issued. One of 150 numbered copies SIGNED by Rakosi.
  • RAKOSI, Carl.
    $12.50
    West Branch: Toothpaste Press, 1981. First trade edition. [32 pp]. Fine in printed wrappers. One of 1500 copies on Curtis Tweedweave paper. Twenty numbered poems, printed in two colors.
  • RAPHAEL, Dan.
    $20.00
    Cherry Valley: Cherry Valley Editions (1976). First edition. [24 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Wrap-around cover art by Claude Pelieu.
  • RASEY, Dave.
    $250.00
    Cleveland: Renegade Press, 1964. First edition. [12 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Eight poems with a printed dedication to Carol Bergé. Two internal prints and cover art by “A. Sypher,” a pseudonym for Wormwood Review editor Marvin Malone. SIGNED by Malone inside the rear cover. Taylor & Horvath P-30.
  • RATCH, Jerry.
    $45.00
    Berkeley: Sombre Reptiles, 1982. First edition. Oblong 8vo. [18 pp]. Pasted-on illustrated cover label. Fine in wrappers. One of 130 copies. A poem sequence with illustrations from papercuts made at the Yangchow Arts & Crafts Factory in China.
  • RAVEN, Simon.
    $150.00
    London: Anthony Blond (1959). First edition. 247 pp. Very near fine in fine dust jacket. Raven's second book, a spy thriller. Young 3208.
  • RAWORTH, Tom.
    $35.00
    [Storrs]: University of Connecticut Library (1975). First edition. Narrow 4to. [4 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Designed by Robert Neff. One of 250 copies issued on the occasion of Raworth reading at the library. Number 2 in a series of postmodern writing.
  • RAY, Violet.
    $45.00
    Berkeley: Violet Ray, 1984. First edition. [32 pp]. Bump to crown, else near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Published on the occasion of an exhibition of Violet Ray’s collage work at the New College of California Gallery. A hard cultural critique via the combination of news and advertising images.