Bookseller: Locus Solus Rare Books
London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1960.
8vo., brown cloth. A presentation copy, inscribed by Windham on the front endpaper, dated November 1960. Loosely inserted is a copy of Windham's "The Kelly more
Roma: Documento, Libraio Editore, 1944.
12mo., original printed boards. more
Provincetown, Mass: NP, 1930.
8vo., green cloth. An ethereal pseudo-religious meditation by the notorious tramp-poet, renowned philanderer, and intermittent fixture in the Greenwich Village circle of Eugene O'Neill. This more
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang
Frankfurt: Literarische Anstalt Rütten & Loenig, 1916.
Small 8vo., marbled endpapers; original full bright red morocco. One of 25 numbered copies on Büttenpapier and in full morocco. The book design, typography, and more
New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1968.
4to., yellow cloth. Exhaustive and throughly illustrated study of the ultimate modern artform. more
New York: Scribners, 1909.
24 vols., 8vos., terracotta cloth with white medallions on front covers, decorative gilt stamping on spines. more
New York: Grossman Publishers, 1963.
Oblong 4to., multicolored cloth. Though not called for, this copy has been signed by Shahn on the front endpaper. more
Firenze: Sansoni, 1953.
8vo. Printed wrappers. The true first edition, published as an offprint from the magazine "Paragone." This is a presentation copy, with a warm inscription signed more
New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1979.
8vo. Purple cloth. Presentation copy, inscribed affectionately on the half-title page to a fellow writer. With a brief autograph letter signed by Valenzuela loosely inserted. more
Roma: Botteghe Oscure, 1953.
8vo, original printed wrappers. Scarce offprint of this story from the great literary magazine published by the Princess Marguerite Caetani. This copy has been warmly more
Berlin: Otto von Holten, 1912.
4to., original white linen with gilt leather label. One of 200 copies on heavy laid paper (there were an additional ten on japan vellum). A more
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1941.
8vo, cloth. One of 1000 numbered and signed copies of the poet's first book. Beneath his signature on the title page, Roethke has added a more
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1961.
8vo, boards. The poet's scarce first book. This copy belonged to the New York poetry patron Elizabeth Kray, and has her ownership signature and Poet's more
New York: Harper, 1955.
Small 8vo, cloth-backed boards. more
New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1951.
8vo, black cloth. With an early, legible, signature by Lowell on the front flyleaf. The poet's second trade publication. more
New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1966.
4to, original rough burlap covers, title blocked on front and spine. Includes contributions by Wolf Vostell, George Brecht, and other representatives of the avant-garde of more
New York: Summit Books, 1986.
8vo, cloth backed boards. With three nice autograph letters signed by Furman to a good friend and fellow writer laid in. more
Paris: Pierre Berès, 1959.
Small folio; 100 mounted collotype plates in the exact sizes of the original works, loosely housed in plain wrappers, paper covered chemise and slipcase. A more
München: Rösl & Cie, 1919.
12mo, leather backed decorative boards. A charming edition. more
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1973.
8vo, printed tan wrappers. Uncorrected proof of the author's third novel. This copy has a brief inscription signed by DeLillo on the half title page. more