Topic: Modern Poetry [x]
Bookseller: Charles Agvent [x]
DUPIN, Jacques. Paul AUSTER (Translator)
(Berkeley): Living Hand, (1973).
Translated by Paul Auster with a three-page introduction by him. One of 1000 numbered copies, though none of the copies we have seen have been more
(Latham, New York): Paris Review, (1989).
Pictorial wraps. Published only in softcover, this is Baxter's third collection of poems, though he is best known now for his wonderful fiction. more
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, (1977).
Bidart's second book. more
Brockport: SUNY, Fall 1977.
Printed blue wraps; 4 pages. Contains a poem from A CHILD'S BESTIARY as well as a self-profile by Gardner. more
VAN WALLEGHEN, Michael
Urbana: University of Illinois, (1981).
Author's second book and winner of the Lamont Prize. A wonderful collection of poems. more
New York: Grove Press, (1957).
The First Trade Edition in printed wraps (there were only 90 hardbound copies) of his third and perhaps best collection of poems. more
New York: Totem Press in association with Cornith Books, (1960).
Wraps illustrated by Larry Rivers. more
(O'HARA, Frank; JONES, LeRoi; and di PRIMA, Diane)
New York: The New Bowery Theatre, n.d. .
Printed wraps (7" x 8-1/2") illustrated with a simple drawing on the cover; 8 mimeographed pages. A program from the second year of the New more
DE LA MARE, Walter
London: Constable and Co, 1912.
An early and important collection of his poetry. more
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1963.
Dugan's second book, follow-up to his winner of both a Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award and aptly titled. more
Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, 1976.
Poet's second book, winner of the Lamont Poetry Prize. Mueller would go on to win a Pulitzer Prize and a National Book Award. more
New York: Random House, 1929.
Pictorial orange wrappers,  pages. Issued in the Random House Poetry Quartos series, this is one of 475 copies of this poem by Dreiser. more
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1923.
One of only 215 copies in the second binding of striped multi-colored boards of perhaps the most important first book of poetry of the 20th more
New York: 27 June 1901.
Contains Frost's third national appearance in print, here as R. L. Frost, after the poem "My Butterfly: An Elegy" which appeared in the same magazine more
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1923.
One of 500 copies in the first binding of checked cloth-backed boards of perhaps the most important first book of poetry of the 20th century. more
New York: Henry Holt, 1915.
Stated "Third Edition" on the copyright page but actually the Second Edition and the first edition printed in America; Crane A3.2: 1300 copies published. With more
LEWIS, C. Day
London: Jonathan Cape, (1940).
Decorated wraps. Copy #17 of only 250 copies printed of this collection by the father of the actor Daniel Day Lewis. more
New York: Atheneum, .
Galleys consisting of 7" x 9" loose sheets stapled in the upper left corner. An uncommon format, likely existing in just a handful of copies, more
New York: The Ecco Press, (1975).
Poet's second book, a review copy with material from the publisher laid in. Although there is no indication of such, this book came from the more
New York: Farrar Straus Cudahy, (1956).
Pictorial boards. Berryman's early volume of poems about Anne Bradstreet. Illustrated by Ben Shahn with the cover and dustwrapper designed by him. more