Bookseller: Thomas A. Goldwasser [x]
Topic: POETRY [x]
New York: Knopf, 1959.
Pink cloth, a fine copy in slightly used dust jacket. Merrill's second published poetry collection. more
Di Palma,Raymond (ed.) Benveniste; Edson; Padgett; Raworth; Silliman; Darrell Gray
Doones Press, 1972.
Original wrappers, stapled, mimeographed. Poetry anthology: Benveniste, Edson, Padgett, Raworth; Silliman, Darrell Gray, et al. more
(Frost, Robert); Gould, Jean
New York: Dodd, Mead (1964): 1964.
Blue cloth, spine gilt. Light general wear to edges, inside clean and bright. A nice copy in worn, chipped dust jacket. First edition. more
New York: Grove (1967):
Coated wrappers, slight shelfwear, otherwise nice copy. First edition. more
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1964.
Uncorrected proof copy of Kinnell's second book. Wrappers, label, plastic spiral spine, crack in the plastic, very good. Pencil signature "Herbert Burke 1/20" and extensive more
New York: Farrar, Straus, 1956.
First edition. Presentation copy, inscribed, "To Deac with the admiration and affection of John Berryman. Mpls. 26 Jan 57." Original boards, worn at the extremities, more
First edition, one of 150 copies. Signed by Kinnell. Leaflet, in original envelope, fine. more
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968.
First edition, wrappers, simultaneous paperbound issue. Inside back cover slightly foxed, else fine. more
Washington, D.C: Anemone Press, 1978.
Wrappers, sticker residue on front cover, slight tanning, very good.. The poet's uncommon first book. more
Paris: Hours Press, 1930.
Copy 84 of 200 numbered copies printed on Canson Montgolfier paper. The woodcut initials were designed by Dorothy Shakespeare Pound. Original tan buckram, stamped in more
Pound, Ezra; Jorge Guillén; Giuseppe Ungaretti; Alberto Moravia
Milano: All'insegna del Pesce d'oro, 1965.
Wrappers, with wraparound band, very good. One of 500 numbered copies, there were 100 more numbered with Roman numerals. Interviews with the poets, and a more
London: Hogarth Press, 1925.
Marbled paper over boards, white cover label. Slight fading of spine; very good. Works in English by a Hungarian poet who was killed in action more
2 autograph and 2 typed letters signed. The first submitting poems (Ciardi edited The Saturday Review's poetry), mentioning Ciardi's article and his own lecture on more
Ciardi, John; Gioseffi, Daniela
3 autograph letters signed, 3 typed letters signed (8 pages), one photocopied letter. With five poems by Gioseffi sent to Ciardi, which he returned heavily more
(Ginsberg, Allen); Stuart, Gordon (1924-2015)
Water color portrait of the poet, executed in Swansea, Wales, in 1995, signed and dated in the upper right corner. 18-1/2 inches x 14-3/4 inches. more
To the editor of "The Poet", Glasgow. One page, typewritten by Cummings, signed with his monogram. This response to seeing his work in print seems more
"It is indeed good of you to be willing to devote the time and thought to my book that a review demands; and then to more
London: Macmillan, 1914.
Original green cloth, front endpaper cracking; a very good copy. Signed by Hardy on the half-title. With a letter from Henry J. Brown (of the more
Moore, Marianne; La Fontaine
Moore's version of the fable was first published in Partisan Review, 21 (January 1954). In our typescript besides some some spelling and punctuation changes, there more
London: Hogarth Press, 1932.
The last book hand printed by the Woolfs; this is an unnumbered, signed copy. 250 were numbered and signed, an additional 110 were not signed. more