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    ANDRADE, Jorge Carrera.
    $35.00
    Albany: State University of New York Press, 1973. First US edition. 90 pp w/notes. Very near fine in near fine dust jacket. Translated from the Spanish by Don C. and Gabriela de C. Bliss.
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    CHERKOVSKI, Neeli.
    $30.00
    Vencie & San Francisco: Lapis Press (1988). First trade paperback printing. 261 pp. Near fine in printed wrappers. Dated (Stanford 12.7.88) and INSCRIBED by Cherkovski.
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    DAVIE, Donald.
    $35.00
    Manchester: Carcanet (1989). First edition. 261 pp w/index. Fine in very near fine dust jacket.
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    DEUTSCH, Babette.
    $20.00
    NY: Funk & Wangalls (1957). First edition. 177 pp. Near fine in very good plus, price-clipped dust jacket with sunned spine. Jacket endorsements by Bogan, Ransom, Marianne Moore, Richard Wilbur, and others.
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    GREEN, David Bonnell and Wilson, Edwin Graves. eds.
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    Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press (1966). Second printing. 323 pp w/index. Top two corners bumped, else near fine in boards without dust jacket as issued.
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    KATZ, William. et al.
    $125.00
    NY: Columbia University Press (1994). First printing of this second edition. 440 pp w/index. Fine in full cloth without dust jacket as issued. Promotional letter laid in.
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    KIRKBY, Joan. ed.
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    Syndney: Hale and Iremonger (1982). First edition. 178 pp. Slight tanning to pages, else near fine in wrappers. Edited by Joan Kirkby, this is a collection of ten essays about American poetry’s influence on Australian poetry by a variety of influential Australian and American poets, including Bruce Dawe, Galway Kinnell, Thomas Shapcott, Louis Simpson, and John Tranter. INSCRIBED by Kirkby on the title page.
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    PETERS, Robert.
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    Metuchen & London: Scarecrow Press, 1982. First trade paperback printing. 391 pp w/index. Fine in illustrated wrappers.
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    RICHARDSON, Keith.
    $25.00
    Oakville: Mosaic Press/Valley Editions (1976). First trade paperback printing. 79 pp. Near fine in illustrated wrappers. Stamped “Review Copy” on the first leaf.
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    SMITH, William Jay.
    $45.00
    Middletown: Wesleyan University Press (1961). First edition. 158 pp. Page edges foxed, else near fine in near fine dust jacket. The story of this literary hoax, the complete text of the original Spectra, and 'many later Spectric poems.'
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    SMITH, William Jay.
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    NY: Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence (1972). First edition. 428 pp. Very near fine in near fine dust jacket. A collection communicating the voluminosity of Smith's career as a writer: essays range in subject from the poetry of Marianne Moore, to children's literature, to Robert Herrick, to Isak Dinesen, and travel writing on Venice.
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    WESTLING, Donald.
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    Berkeley: University of California (1980). First edition. 170 pp w/index. Fine in very near fine dust jacket. INSCRIBED by Westling to a fellow scholar.
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    [LARKIN, Philip]. Rossen, Janice.
    $12.50
    Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, (1989). First edition. 156 pp w/index. Faint foxing along top edge, else near fine in near fine dust jacket with lightly sunned spine. Follows the posthumous publication of Larkin's COLLECTED POEMS in the same year.
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    [SNODGRASS, W.D.].
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    Durham: University of New Hampshire Press (1969). First edition. 35 pp. Wrinkles to two pages (production flaw) else ffine in wrappers. Pamphlet reprints Snodgrass’ "Spaulding Distinguished Lecture" at the University of New Hampshire. This pamphlet also collects the lectures of Arthur Kornberg, Crane Brinton, and Jacques Barzun. According to publisher William Ewert, most of this edition was destroyed.
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    [TENNYSON, Alfred Lord]. Nicolson, Harold.
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    Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1947). First edition. 35 pp. Chipping to crown of spine and top edge, wear to spine, and soiling to covers, else very good only in wrappers. A transcription of 'The Leslie Stephen Lecture' of 1947, concerning the characters, verses and lives of Tennyson's two older brothers, Frederick and Charles.
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    [WHITMAN, Walt]. Kaplan, Justin.
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    NY: Simon & Schuster (1980). First edition. 429 pp. Remainder mark bottom edge, else near fine in near fine dust jacket. Biographer Kaplan won a Pulitzer and a National Book Award for his previous book, MR.CLEMENS AND MARK TWAIN; he won a Guggenheim to work on 'Walt Whitman.'
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    [WILLIAMS, Jonathan]. Greene, Jonathan, ed.
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    Frankfurt: Gnomon Press (1979). First edition. [120 pp]. Covers lightly rubbed, else near fine in illustrated wrappers. “A 50th Birthday Celebration for Jonathan Williams,” issued both as Truck 21 and a Gnomon Press book. Includes contributions--essays, poems, artworks, or otherwise--by John Cage, Robert Duncan, Larry Eigner, Guy Davenport, William Corbett, Basil Bunting, Joe Brainard, and Denise Levertov, among a score of others. A tribute that actually captures the spirit of Williams’ work and life.
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    [WILLIAMS, Jonathan]. Greene, Jonathan, ed.
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    Frankfurt: Gnomon Press (1979). First edition. [120 pp]. Covers unevenly sunned, foxing along top edge, else near fine in illustrated wrappers. “A 50th Birthday Celebration for Jonathan Williams,” issued both as Truck 21 and a Gnomon Press book. Includes contributions--essays, poems, artworks, or otherwise--by John Cage, Robert Duncan, Larry Eigner, Guy Davenport, William Corbett, Basil Bunting, Joe Brainard, and Denise Levertov, among a score of others. A tribute that actually captures the spirit of Williams’ work and life. INSCRIBED by Williams on the title page, “JW, Col., / unretired.”
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    [WILLIAMS, Jonathan]. Greene, Jonathan, ed.
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    Frankfurt: Gnomon Press (1979). First edition. [120 pp]. Small bump to one upper corner, else very near fine in illustrated wrappers. $7.50 price sticker over printed price on rear panel. “A 50th Birthday Celebration for Jonathan Williams,” issued both as Truck 21 and a Gnomon Press book. Includes contributions--essays, poems, artworks, or otherwise--by John Cage, Robert Duncan, Larry Eigner, Guy Davenport, William Corbett, Basil Bunting, Joe Brainard, and Denise Levertov, among a score of others. A tribute that actually captures the spirit of Williams’ work and life.