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The note from James Merrill, pictured above, may be found below under [Merrill, James] Christmas card Tand envelope, below.

IN MEMORIAM:  POET JOHN ASHBERY (1927-2017).  PHOTO OF COVER OF THREE POEMS ABOVE (SIGNED COPY); OTHER ASHBERY TITLES BELOW.  

 

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SIGNED COPIES

*Alexander, Elizabeth.  Praise Song for the Day.  A Poem for Barack Obama’s Presidential Inauguration, January 20, 2009.  St. Paul, MN:  Graywolf, 2009.  As new in wrappers, as issued.  Signed.  (Item ID:  5354*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.com)  $35.00  

*Ashbery, John

(1) As We Know.  New York:  Penguin Books, 1979.  (014042.2749) Soft cover.  Issued simultaneously with the hard cover edition.  Light staining at front gutter (curling of illustrated wrappers?  See if I can get rid of this.)  Association copy.  Inscribed and signed by Ashbery on the title page to poet Stephen Stapanchev. In protective Mylar. (ID: 6070; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00 

(2) Three Poems.  New York:  Viking, 1972.  Soft cover.  Very good to near fine; inscribed, signed, dated.  (Item ID:  5075*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $175.00

*Bell, Marvin

(1)  New and Selected Poems.  New York:  Atheneum, 1987.  Soft cover, tiniest bit of edge wear at front corners, otherwise fine.  Warmly inscribed, place, date, and signed, with cartoon by Bell.  (Item ID:  5306*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00
 
(2) New and Selected Poems.  New York:  Atheneum, 1987.  Soft cover, slightest of wear at corners, otherwise near fine; signed by Bell.  (Item ID:  5358*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $30.00
 
(3) Nightworks.  Poems 1962-2000.  Port Townsend, Washington:  Copper Canyon Press, 2000.  Stated First Printing.  Slightest of wear to tips, o/w near tine to fine hard cover. Light wear to spine ends and tips of dust wrapper, Residue of price sticker, front cover o/w near fine. Inscribed, date/place/occasion, signed on title page; decorated with two green dancing skeleton stamps (ID:  6108; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $30.00
 
(4) Stars Which See, Stars Which Do Not See. New York:  Atheneum, 1977.  1st edition.  Tiniest bit of wear to front and spine tip. Signed.  (Item ID: 5364*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 
 
Berrigan, Daniel.  Prison Poems.  Greensboro, NC:  Unicorn Press, 1973.  Foreword by Philip Berrigan.  Covers tanned. Dust jacket spine sunned, piece missing (--ems), 1" chip bottom spine/front cover edges, otherwise very good.  Warmly inscribed, dated, and signed "Dan."  (Item ID:  9045; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $55.00
 
*Binoche, Juliette.  Portraits In-Eyes.  Paris:  Editions Place des Victoires, 2009.  New hard cover in new dust wrapper. Actress Juliette Binoche's beautiful oversize book of her paintings and poems (in French and English).  Signed by Ms. Binoche in New York City, September 11, 2009.  (Item ID:  5362*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00 
 
[Bishop, Elizabeth]  MacMahon, Candace W.  Elizabeth Bishop.  A Bibliography.  1927-1979.  Charlottesville, VA:  University Press of Virginia, 1980.  Published for the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia.  Fine hard cover in near fine to fine dust wrapper with slightest of soiling and edge wear.  Inscribed and signed (as "Candy") to Harold [Leeds] and Wheaton [Galantine].  (Item ID;  5600; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00  
 
*Collins, Billy.  Questions About Angels.  Poems.  Pittsburgh:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1999.  Soft cover.  4th printing.  As new.  Inscribed, dated, and signed. (Item ID:  5357*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

*Colum, Padraic.  Wild Earth and Other Poems.  New York:  Hold, 1916.  Inscribed to the publisher on ffep.  Cover spotted, rubbed, with bumped spine edges, gilt bright.  Interiors tanned, but tight and unmarked.  Near fine.  (Item ID:  2202*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00  

*Delanty, Greg.  Collected Poems 1986-2006.   Manchester [UK]:  Carcanet Press Limited,  2006.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  Plus one-page laid in with the poem “Monarch Butterfly,” printed on card stock, with changes and a personal note by Delanty, signed twice. (ID: 6107; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

*Donnelly, Dorothy.  Trio in a Mirror.  Tucson:  University of Arizona Press, 1960.  Fine volume in imprinted Mylar dust wrapper with closed tears.  Signed and inscribed.  (ID: 8590; http://www.rmgeberbooks.alibrisstorecom)  $20.00  

*Engels, John

Weather-Fear.  New and Selected Poems, 1958-1982.  Athens:  University of Georgia Press, 1983.  Soft cover.  Rubbed, light edge wear.  Very good plus. inscribed and signed by Engels.  (Item ID:  5355; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00 
 

Weather-Fear.  New and Selected Poems, 1958-1982.  Athens:  University of Georgia Press, 1983.  Soft cover.  Minor edge wear, otherwise fine.  Warmly inscribed, dated, and signed by Engels to colleague at St. Michael’s College.  (Item ID:  5356; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$25.00

*Engle, Paul

(1) American Child.  100 Sonnets For My Daughters. Enlarged Edition with Thirty-six New Poems.  New York:  The Dial Press, 1956.  Four items:  the book of poetry; a holiday card with a drawing by Sara Engle; a typewritten note, from Iowa City, dated December 13, 1955 to a "Mrs. Crane," signed "Paul:' and a folded sheet, "American Child II by Paul Engle, Christmas 1955." Engle was a long-time director of the Iowa Writer's Workshop and was also a founder of the International Writer's Workshop at the University of Iowa. Fine hard cover volume; dust wrapper has sunned spine and 1/2" chips to top and bottom of spine, several closed tears to front and back covers, otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  5464; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $50.00

(2) American Song.  A Book of Poems.  London:  Jonathon Cape, 1935.  First English Edition. Endpaper pages tanned, gold boards bright, near fine to fine.  Dust wrapper tanned with small chips and closed tears, but otherwise very good to near fine. Paper clipped together and laid in:  Christmas 1946 poem and typewritten note to "Mrs. Crane," signed "Paul."  (Item ID:  5493*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  

(3) Poems in Praise.  New York:  Random House, 1959.  Near fine to fine volume, with light fading.  Dust wrapper has chip to back cover, small chips to spine top/bottom, closed tear front cover, otherwise very good plus.  Laid in is a full-page typewritten letter on University of Iowa Department of English letterhead to "Jeanne," dated November 17, 1959, signed by Engle, together with Book and Child.  Three sonnets by Paul Engle printed for his and his family's friends, Christmas 1956," signed "Paul Engle 1959."  This last is a 6 1/2 x 7 3/4 engraved, thread-tied pamphlet with an original engraving of a child reading to a lion and a fox inset.  Tanned, especially at lower edge, but otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5582; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00

(4) A Woman Unashamed and Other Poems.  New York:  Random House, 1965.  Stated First Printing.  Red spine bled onto covers, otherwise fine.  Mylar-protected dust wrapper with tiniest bit of wear to edges, but otherwise fine.  Appears to be unopened.  Dated and signed by Engle on the ffep.  (Item ID:  5435; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

Ferlinghetti, Lawrence.  Endless Life:  Selected Poems.  New York:  New Directions, 1981.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper with slightest of soiling.  (Item ID:  5601; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $40.00 

*Frost, RobertCollected Poems.  New York:  Henry Holt and Company, 1939.  First Trade Edition.  Signed by Frost on second prelim.  Unopened. Very good plus, lacking dust wrapper.  Slight soiling to spine and rub to spine label.  (ID: 117-G100;) $450.00   SOLD   (dealer)

*Ginsberg, AllenHowl.  And Other Poems.  San Francisco:  City Lights, 1996.  [ISBN:  0872863107] 40th Anniversary Commemorative Edition Printing,  January 1996. The Pocket Poet Series.  Introduction by William Carlos Williams.  Signed (“Ferlinghetti”) by Editor/Publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti on the title page.  As new glossy hard cover in plastic sleeve.  (ID: 317-100; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $125.00  NEW

*Gogarty, Oliver St. John.  An Offering of Swans and Other Poems.  London:  Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1924.  Frontispiece portrait of Gogarty by Augustus John; Preface by W. B. Yeats.  Includes two poems entitled for Augustus John, one entitled for Yeats commemorating his 1924 Nobel Prize.  Very good plus volume with scuff to cover.  Gilt cover and spine titles bright.  Usual tanning to endpapers and gutters.  Inscribed, signed and dated by Gogarty for American editor/photographer Robert Hobart Davis (1869-1942) in Dublin, September 25, 1929.  Laid in by Davis is a Daily Express (Dublin] tribute to Gogarty, dated August 25, 1929.  (ID: 476; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $120.00 

*Hall, Donald.  

(1) The Bone Ring.  A Verse Play.  Santa Cruz, CA:  The Story Line Press, 1987.  Soft cover.  Very light soiling, minor edge wear.  Signed. (Item ID:  5315*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $27.50

(2) Life Work.  Boston:  Beacon Press, 1993.  First/First.  Inscribed, dated, signed on the title page.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper, in protective plastic.  (ID: 906; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00

(3) The One Day.  A Poem in Three Parts.  Boston and New York:  Houghton Mifflin, 1988.  3rd printing. Fine soft cover. Warmly inscribed, dated, and signed.  (Item ID:  9091*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

*Harjo, Joy.  The Spiral of Memories:  Interviews.  Edited by Laura Coltelli.  Ann Arbor:  The University of Michigan Press, 1996.  Cloth fine, no dust jacket, as issued.  Signed.  Card laid in with message in Harjo’s handwriting, also signed.  (Item ID:  5044*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com; see also Native American literature list)  $125.00

*[Seán Hemingway] Hemingway, Ernest.  A Moveable Feast.  The Restored Edition.  With a personal foreword by Patrick Hemingway and introduced and edited by Seán Hemingway.   New York:  Scribner's, 2009. Hard cover.  New copy.  Signed by Seán Hemingway.  (Item ID: 5262*;  http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

*Higgins, Mary Rising.  )cliff TIDES((.  San Diego:  Singing Horse, 2005. [ISBN:  09351623130] Fine soft cover.  Signed and dated.  Postcard laid in.  (ID: 8591; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

*Hollander, John.  Types of Shape.  New York:  Atheneum, 1969.  Dedicated to James Merrill.  Hard cover first edition with very light edge wear.  Dust wrapper has two 1" chips at spine top, right front corner has tape-repaired tears, otherwise good to good plus. (Item ID:  9046; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00 

*Hollo, Anselm.  Braided River.  New and Selected Poems 1965-2005.  Cambridge, UK:  Salt Publishing, 2005.  As new soft cover.  Association copy:  warmly inscribed by the poet to visual artist Carolee Schneeman.  (Item ID:  5509; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

*Kinnell, Galway
 
(1) Mortal Acts Mortal Words.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin Co., 1980.  As new volume with as new dust jacket with 1/2 closed tear at top of spine. Signed by the poet on the title page.  (Item ID:  9010*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $40.00 
 
(2) What a Kingdom It Was.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin Company, 1960.  Very slight soiling at spine ends, otherwise fine.  Dust wrapper three very small chips and some age fading/soiling, otherwise near fine to fine.  In Mylar.  Kinnell's first book.  Inscribed, date/place, and signed.  (Item ID:  5399)  $70.00  SOLD  9 6 16 ALIBRIS
 

*Kumin, Maxine.

(1) In Deep.  Country Essays.  New York:   Viking, 1987.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  Inscribed and signed.  Kumin's New York Times Op-Ed piece on mud season is laid in.  (Item ID:  5520; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00 

(2) Jack and Other New Poems.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 2005.  1st.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper with slightest of rubbing.  Signed on the title page.  (Item ID: 9070*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 

(3) Up Country.  Poems of New England.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1972.  Later printing.  Cloth, very good, with some fading at edges.  Dust jacket:  very good, some edge wear, wear at tips.  Signed. (Item ID:  5376; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $70.00

*Laughlin, James.  Ezra.  New York:  Dim Gray Bar Press, 1994.  In stapled wrappers, as issued.  Fine. Printed in an edition of 100 copies, of which this is copy number 39.  The two pasted in photographs of Pound were taken by Laughlin; the cover drawings is by Guy Davenport.  Signed by Laughlin and Davenport. (Item ID: 9002*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $125.00  

*Leithauser, Brad.  A Seaside Mountain:  Eight Poems from Japan.  Charlotte:  Sarabande Press, 1995.  One of 300.  Near fine hard cover, wallpaper dust jacket.  Signed on title and limitation pages.  (ID: 8618; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $80.00 

 *Merriam, Eve.  

(1) The Double Bed from the Feminine Side.  New York:  Cameron Associates, 1958.  Warmly inscribed on ffep.  Fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper spine is sunned; minor wear to tips, back cover has black streak (printing error apparently), otherwise near fine to fine.  (Item ID:  5508*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $85.00

(2) Tomorrow Morning.  New York:  Twayne Publishers, Inc., 1953.  Near fine hard cover, with minor edge/tip wear, gilt slightly faded.  Dust wrapper has large chips, including most of spine; fair.  Signed on FFEP.  (Item ID:  9047; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

*Merrill, James

(1) The Country of a Thousand Years of Peace and Other Poems.  New and Enlarged EditionNew York:  Atheneum, 1983.  Soft cover.  Third printing. Inscribed, dated, and signed (“Jimmy”).  Tan stain to 1” and 1-1/2” of lower  corner fore edges, light foxing to fore edges, minor edge/tip wear,  otherwise good plus, unopened.  (ID: 641; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00

(2) A Different Person.  A Memoir.  New York:  Knopf, 1993.  A pristine copy, signed by James Merrill on the title page.  Beautiful volume.  (Item ID:  5364*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $180.00

(3) A Different Person.  A Memoir.  New York:  Knopf, 1993.  Hard cover, fine; dust jacket price clipped, but otherwise fine.  Inscribed, dated, and signed by the poet.  (Item ID:  9003*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $130.00  

(4) First Poems.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1951.  Number 986 of 990 copies printed.  Inscribed, dated, and signed by Merrill on the title page.  Light tanning to endpapers, gilt slightly faded, but unopened/unread.  Dust wrapper is near fine to fine with slightest bit of wear to tips and spine ends.  A really beautiful copy of Merrill’s first regularly published book.  In protective Mylar. (6066; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $375.00

(5) First Poems.  New York:  Knopf, 1951. Number 761 of 990. Mylar-protected.  Hard cover: fair plus; 1" chip rear cover, chips to spine top and bottom; several spots front cover; faded gilt on spine; interiors neat, clean, unmarked; dust jacket:  1/2 chip spine, chip rear, closed tear front; otherwise good plus. (9009; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $75.00  

(6) From the First Nine.  Poems 1946-1976.  New York:  Atheneum, 1984. 3rd printing.  Hard cover, fine; dust jacket tiniest bit of wear to spine top and bottom, otherwise fine.  Signed by the poet on the title page.  (Item ID:  9004*)  $150.00  SOLD 3/9/16

(7) From the First Nine.  Poems 1946-1976.  New York:  Atheneum, 1984.  Soft cover, as new.  Signed by the poet in magenta ink on the title page.  (Item ID:  5427*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $125.00  

(8) [Merrill, James]  Hellen's Book. New York:  Magowan Family Foundation, 1991. Privately printed.  Mark Magowan, editor, with the assistance of Robin Magowan and Doris Merrill Magowan.  Includes James Merrill's "Upon a Second Marriage." One of 300 copies.  Merrill/Ingram family photos.  Inscribed "For Charles Crawford with love Hellen" ohttp://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.comn the title page.  Very light foxing to white board of spine/1-1/2" of cover, very slight fading to 1/4" of top front cover.  Near fine.  (6065; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $300.00

(9) The Image Maker.  A Play in One Act.  [New York] Sea Cliff Press, 1986.  Hard cover, fine, Mylar-protected. No dust jacket, as issued.  Signed by the poet.  One of 220 copies, of which this is out of sequence, lettered B/P.  Laid is is a tri-fold promotional piece from Sea Cliff Press advertising the book, with an excerpt on one leaf.  (Item ID:  9018*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $185.00 

(10) The Inner Room.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1988.  Hard cover in dust wrapper, protective Brodart.   Book has water stain with some warping, ½” bottom edge, sunned, and light foxing to edges, but otherwise unmarked, good plus.  Dust wrapper has light wear to spine ends, but otherwise near fine.  Signed by Merrill on title page, inscription (“Merry Christmas (early) for ******** from Hellen with her love & the author’s/1988”).  (ID:  6107; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50;00   

*Merrill, James.  Late Settings.  New York:  Atheneum, 1985.  First Edition.  Fine hard cover in fine, Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  A beautiful, bright association copy warmly inscribed, signed (“James Merrill”) and dated on the half-title to American-Canadian composer and violinist Malcolm Goldstein (1936-   ). The inscription notes that the book was signed “in this gorgeous setting….Hildene”  [Robert Todd Lincoln’s summer home, in Manchester, Vermont] in June 1985, the year of its publication.  (ID: 117-101; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $125.00 

*Merrill, James.  Late Settings.  New York:  Atheneum, 1985.  First Edition. Near fine hard cover with light foxing to fore-edge.  Near fine, Mylar-protected dust wrapper with light sunning to spine and ¼” chip to bottom spine.  Signe twice.  An association copy warmly inscribed, signed (“Jimmy”) to family friend Charles Crawford.  Dated 1985, the year of its publication.  Also signed ("James Merrill") on the title page.  (ID: 6146; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alirisstore.com)  $90.00  

(11) Marbled Paper.  Riverside, CA:  Rara Avis Press, Spring 1982.  Printed for Charles Seluzicki Fine Books, Salem Oregon.  Edition of 200 copies.  Illustrations taken from photographs of funeral masks unearthed by Heinrich Schliemann at Mycenae.  Signed.  (Item ID:  9053*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $185.00

(12) Metamorphosis Of 741.  Pawlet, Vermont:  Banyan Press, 1977.  Limited Edition on Arches. Number  Number 251 of 440.  Signed and inscribed by Merrill on the limitation page to bookseller Andrew Nottman  in 1985. Fine, in white deckle edge stiff covers.  In the publisher’s envelope (printed:  “Pawlet 4:  Metamorphosis Of 741 by James Merrill. “)  Envelope has 2” closed tears at flap corners.   (ID: 6102; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $160.00  

(13) Mirabell:  Books of Number.  New York:  Atheneum, 1978.  Fine volume.  Crease on front flap, otherwise fine dust jacket.  Signed by the poet on the title page. (Item ID: 5400; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $200.00 

(14) Scripts for the Pageant.  New York:  Atheneum, 1980.  Hard cover, fine.  Dust jacket:  Some wrinkling back cover, in Mylar, near fine.  Signed by Merrill on title page.  (Item ID:  5368; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $125.00.  

(15) Souvenirs.  New York:  Nadja, 1984.  Fine copy. First edition, quarto, in apple green wrappers, as issued.  In protective Mylar.  Number 106 of 200 signed copies (226 printed).  Signed on the limitation page by Merrill. (Item ID:  5655; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $130.00  

(16) [Merrill, James]  Vendler, HelenThe Music of What Happens.  Poems, Poets, Critics.  Cambridge:  Harvard University Press, 1988.  (ISBN:  0674591526) Near fine hard cover with Colony Club bookplate front pastedown, white label rfep; in very good to very good plus dust wrapper with light wear to edges and tips.  Signed on title page. Essays on Merrell, Seamus Heaney, Sylvia Plath, Wallace Stevens, Amy Clampitt, Jorie Graham, Rita Dove, among others.  (ID:  6168; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $40.00 

*Merwin, W. S.

(1) Houses and Travellers.  Prose by W. S. Merwin.  New York:  Atheneum, 1977.  One of 1000 copies, 1stedition.  Fine volume in near fine dust jacket with a few tiny marks of soiling, faint crease on rear panel along spine.  Mylar-protected.  Signed by Merwin on the half title.  (Item ID:  5343*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

 
(2) Travels.  Poems by W. S. Merwin.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1994.  Soft cover first edition.  Light soiling tips, scattered spots top edges, otherwise near fine. Signed and dated by Merwin on the half title. (Item ID:  5392; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00
 
Muldoon, Paul
 
(1) The Annals of Chile.  New York:  Farrar Straus Giroux, 1994.  As new in as new dust wrapper.  In Mylar. Signed on title page.  (Item ID:  5602; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00 
 
(2) Horse Latitudes.  New York:  Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006.  As new soft cover except for tiny wrinkle to spine bottom.  Signed.  (Item ID:  5603; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50  
 
(3) Maggot.  New York:  Farrar, Straus Giroux, 2010.  As new except for slightestest wrinkle to right upper corner of cover and dust wrapper.  Signed on the half title.  (Item ID:  5604; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00 
 
*Neider, Mark.  Talking Leaves.  Dobbs Ferry, NY:  Witlin Books, [n.d.]  Soft cover.  Minor edge wear, faint imprint of paperclip on cover, otherwise very good.  Association copy:  Tipped in is a signed, handwritten letter from Neider to the poet Ben Bellitt.  (Item ID:  5101*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00
 
*Olds, Sharon
 
The Dead and the Living.  New York:  Knopf, 1991.   11th printing.  Fine soft cover.  Inscribed, dated, and signed.  (Item ID:  9069*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.00 
 
The Father.  Poems.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1992.  Near fine to fine soft cover with very small spot on back cover.  Inscribed, date, place, with small drawing, signed.  (Item ID:  5604; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00
 
The Gold Cell.  New York:  Knopf, 1987.  Soft cover, 2nd printing.  Unread.  Owner's name white out on FFEP, otherwise fine.  Signed by Olds.  (Item ID:  9051*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00 
 
*Ondaatje, Michael.  The Collected Works of Billy the Kid.  New York:  W. W. Norton, Inc., 1974.  Signed on half-title.   Light sunning to spine, light wear to spine ends, but otherwise near fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper is price clipped, some soiing and a number of closed tears and chips; fair.  In Mylar.  (Item: 5605) $50.00  SOLD  9 6 16 Alibris
 
*Pinsky, Robert, and Maggie Dietz, editors.  An Invitation to Poetry:  A New Favorite Poem Project Anthology.  New York:  Norton, 2004.  As new hard cover volume in as new dust jacket.  Signed by Pinsky and Dietz, with a signed letter from Dietz.  (Item ID:  5334*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $75.00 
 
*Scrimgeour, James R.  
 
The Route and Other Poems.  Normal, IL:  The Pikestaff Press, 1996.  Soft cover in near fine condition, with slightest bit of edge wear.  Inscribed, dated, and signed by the poet.  (Item ID:  5360*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00
 

We Are What We Have Loved.  Newtown, CT:  Hanover Press, Ltd., 2001.  Soft cover as new.  Inscribed, dated, signed by Scrimgeour.  (Item ID:  5359*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

*Snodgrass, W. D.  Selected Poems 1957-1987.  New York:  Soho Press, 1987.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  Inscribed and signed by Snodgrass on title page.  (Item ID:  9048*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $55.00

*Spender, Steven.  

(1) Collected Poems.  New York:  Random House, 1955. Later printing (orig. pub. 1930).  Very good hard cover with owner’s name on front pastedown.  Dust wrapper is price clipped, spine is faded, light soiling, with small chips/closed tears to spine ends and edges, o/w good plus.  Signed on half-title.  (ID: 6169; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

(2) The Generous Days.  Boston:  David R. Godine, 1969.  Paper label on spine; marbled paper-colored boards, as issued. The first poem, “If It Were Not,” has a handwritten (by Spender) correction, in ink, in the fourth stanza (with the word “horde” crossed out and “hoard” written in the margin.  This is one of an edition limited to 250 copies, those numbered I-L were bound by hand and signed on the limitation page; this is #31 of the unsigned copies.  However, the book has been inscribed to novelist Tom Wilson, date/place, and signed by Spender (“Stephen”) on the ffep.  In protected Mylar.  (ID:  6092; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $150.00 

(3) The New Realism: A Discussion.  London: Hogarth 1939.  Blue lettered grey paper wrappers.  Signed by Spender on title page.  Very good.  Page edges foxed, two small chips to rear cover edge, one inch tear to ffep.  (ID:  712; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00 

*Stephens, James.  

Collected Poems.  London:  Macmillan, 1926.  One of 500 large paper copies, signed.  Very good with wear to tips and bottom edge.  Endpapers lightly foxed.  (ID:  804; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $150.00  

The Demi-Gods.  London:  Macmillan, 1914.  Inscribed and signed by Stephens on ffep.  Gilt to cover bright, worn on spine.  Minor wear to spine ends, cover tips.  Very good, in Mylar. (ID: 187; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $60.00 

The Hill of Visions.  Dublin:  Maunsel, 1912.  First Irish Edition.  Signed.  Endpapers slightly foxed, covers rubbed, spine ends slightly bumped and worn.  Gilt on spine bright.  T.E.G.  (ID:  2200; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

Julia Elizabeth:  A Comedy in One Act.  New York:  Crosby Gaige, 1929.  Unnumbered 1/861 Limited Signed by Stephens.  Decorated brown cloth boards with fade to edges and small chips to tips and bottom edge.  (ID: 204; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $37.50.

The Outcast.  London:  Faber, 1929.  #450/500.  Signed.  1 b/w, 1 color woodcut print by Althea Willoughby.  Repaired spine, stain to top inch of covers, slight chipping to top edge and tips. Green paper-covered boards; no glassine.  In Mylar.  (ID: 8347; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $80.00  

Reincarnations.  London: MacMillan, 1918.  Uncut, front hinge starting. Dust Jacket darkened, edge and spine chipped, stain to rear.  Mylar-protected. Inscribed and signed by Stephens.  (ID: 530; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $110.00\

*Woolmer, J. HowardThe Poetry Bookshop 1912-1935:  A Bibliography.   Revere, PA:  Woolmer/Brotherson Ltd., 1988.  [ISBN: 0913506192] As new hard cover in similar dust jacket.  Signed by Woolmer.  (ID: 8622; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $100.00 

*Wright, CharlesScar Tissue.  New York:  Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006.  Uncorrected Proof.  Near fine to fine, in wrappers, as issued.  Scarce.  Inscribed (appears to be “We sail again, before the flood”) and signed by the Pulitzer-Prize winning poet on title page.  Wright has also won the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle award. (ID: 6089; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00 

*Zimmer, PaulEarthbound Zimmer.  Milton, MA:  Chowder Chapbooks, 1983.  Stapled wrappers, as issued.  Sunned spine, blot from signature on back of front cover, otherwise fine. Inscribed, dated, and signed by the poet.  (Item ID:  5371*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

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Anthologies
 
American Academy of Poets.  Fifty Years of American Poetry.  Anniversary Volume for the Academy of American Poets.  New York:  Harry N. Abrams, Incorporated, 1984.  (0810909340)  Introduction by Robert Penn Warren. Wood engravings by Barry Moser.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  An amazing collection of 20th century poetry. Arranged chronologically by date of the poems’ publication.  (ID: 6157; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $18.00

Kowit, Steve, Editor.  The Maverick Poets.  An Anthology.  Santee, CA:  Gorilla Press, 1988.   First Edition/First Printing.  (0961045426)  Includes poetry by Charles Bukowski, Raymond Carver, Billy Collins, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Steve Kowit, Sharon Olds, Simon Ortiz, and Gary Snyder, among others.   Light tanning and minimal wear to edges/tips, gift inscription to inside front cover, o/w very good plus.  (ID: 6142)  $25.00   SOLD

Poetry

Anthologies

Hart, Lawrence, Editor.  Accent on Barlow:  An Anthology of Activist Poetry.  San Rafael, CA:  Hart, 1962.  Barlow, a student and friend of H. P. Lovecraft, committed suicide in 1951.  Also works by other poets.  Stiff wraps, a bit soiled.  (ID: JH11; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00

Akhmatova, Anna.  Poems.  Moscow:  Raduga Publishers, 1988.  Bilingual Edition published on the one-hundred-year anniversary of the birth of the poem (1889-1966)  English translation by Eduard Zaryansky.  Near fine to fine card cover, no dust wrapper, as issued.  (Item ID:  5576; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Alexander, Elizabeth

(1) Antebellum Dream Book.  Saint Paul, MN:  Graywolf Press, 2001.  3rd Printing.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  5577; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $14.00  

(2) Body of Life.  Chicago:  Chiachua Press, 1996.  Soft cover, ex libris, mark inside front cover, small stain back inside cover and FFEP. Scarce. (Item ID:  5074; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$30.00 

(3) Body of Life.  Chicago:  Chiachua Press, 1996. Soft cover.  Owner’s name/box number; some wrinkling upper right half title, otherwise fine, tight, clean text.  (Item ID:  5128; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$60.00

(4) Power and Possibility.  Essays, Reviews, and Interviews.  Ann Arbor:  The University of Michigan Press, 2010.  1st Printing.  As new soft covfer.  (Item ID:  5578; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

(5) The Venus Hottentot.  Poems.  Saint Paul, MN:  Graywolf Press, 1990.  2nd Printing.  Fine.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  5579; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Ashbery, John

(1) Chinese Whispers.  New York:  Farrar, Straus, Giroux.  Cloth, as new, in as new dust jacket.   (Item ID:  5076; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com $23.00

(2) Notes from the Air.  Selected Later Poems.  New York:  HarperCollins, 2007.  Cloth, near fine (remainder mark on bottom page edges); dust jacket, fine.  (Item ID:  5105; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

(3) PlanisphereNew Poems. New York:  HarperCollins, 2009.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  Unopened.  (ID: 6135; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $24.00   

Auden, W. H.  Thank You, Fog.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1974.  Last poems by Auden.  As new hard cover in as new, Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  Unopened.  (Item ID:  9085; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $58.00

Baraka, Amiri (Leroi Jones)

(1) Autobiography.  New York:  Freundlich Books, 1984.  1st edition.  Cloth, as new, with minor shelf wear.Dust jacket:  price clipped, minor edge wear, otherwise, very good- to near fine.  (Item ID:  5302; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com). $40.00

(2) Preface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note.  New York:  Totem Press, 1961.  Cloth, good plus to very good.  (Item ID:  5303)  $7.00  SOLD

Bell, JulianStill Life and Other Poems.  Woodside, CA:  Occasional Works, 1987.  Number 113 of 200.  Limited edition in wrappers, as issued.  As new.  (ID: 207; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $40.00 

Bell, Marvin

(1) Drawn by Stones, by Earth, by Things that Have Been in the Fire.  New York:  Atheneum, 1984.  Hard cover, as new, in as new dust jacket with tiniest bit of wear to spine top and bottom; Mylar-protected.  (Item ID:  5342; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

(2) Iris of Creation.  Port Townsend, WA:  Copper Canyon Press, 1990.  As new in an as new dust jacket.  Review copy.  (Item ID:  5304; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00

(3) Mars Being Red.  Port Townsend, WA:  Copper Canyon Press, 2007.  Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID:  5305; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $8.00

(4) Nightworks.  Poems 1962-2000.  Port Townsend, WA:  Copper Canyon Press, 2000.  2nd edition, 1st printing; review copy.  Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID:  5344; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$10.00

(5) Residue of Song.  New York:  Atheneum, 1974.  Soft cover.  Small crease and light wear at spine top tip, light edge wear and sunning, otherwise near fine.  Interiors clean and tight.  (Item ID: 5348; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

(6) These Green-Going-to-Yellow. New York:  Atheneum, 1981.  Soft cover, 1st ed., very minor edge wear.  (Item ID: 5340;  http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $12.00

Bishop, Elizabeth.  Edgar Allen Poe & the Juke Box:  Uncollected Poems, Drafts, and Fragments.  Edited by Alice Quinn. New York:  Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 2006.  Hard cover, as new, in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5307; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

Bishop, Elizabeth,and Lowell, RobertWords in Air.  The Complete Correspondence between Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell.  Edited by Thomas Travisano and Saskia Hamilton.  New York:  Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2008.  875 pages.  Alphabetical glossary of names, pages 813-842, with birth/death dates and brief identification.  First Edition, First Printing.  Near fine hard cover with bit of wear to bottom spine; a previous owner had turned down the following pages:  101-2, 191-2, 145-6, 167-8, 343-4, leaving light crease; several very small spill spots on p. 129.   Dust wrapper has light edge wear at lower right front corner and spit bottom, otherwise  very good plus.  (ID:  6198)  Also available from us on Amazon. $24.00

Brendel, AlfredOne Finger Too Many:  Poems.  New York:  Random House, 1998.  Cloth, as new; Mylar-protected dust jacket, as new.  (Item ID:  5309; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $48.00

Brooks, Gwendolyn.  Selected Poems.  New York:  HarperPerennial/Modern Classics, 2006.  1st Printing. Slightest of wrinkle to spine top, very light wear to edges, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  9025; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $13.00  

Bruns, Gerald LModern Poetry and the Idea of Language.  A Critical and Historical Study.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 1974.  Second Printing, 1975.  Near fine to fine hardcover.  Dust wrapper lightly tanned, spine ends have tiny closed tears, but o/w near fine.  (ID:  6104; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00 

Cavafy, C. P.  Four Poems.  Translated by James Merrill.  [West Chester, PA]:  Aralia Press, 2008.  Foreword by Rachel Hadas.  First Edition.  Limited to 220 copies.  Bound in marbled paper over boards with a cloth spine and a printed spine label.  16 pages.  Fine hardcover.  (Item ID:  9025; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $125.00 

[E. E. Cummings]  Firmage, George J.  E. E. Cummings:  A Bibliography.  Middletown, CT:  Wesleyan Univerity Press, 1960.  Hard cover (no d.j.), with some wear to spine ends and tips, o/w very good plus. (ID: 595; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00  

Delanty, Greg

(1) American Wake.  Belfast:  The Blackstaff Press, 1995.  Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID:  5348; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$15.00

(2) The Blind Stitch.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana State University Press, 2002.  1st edition, 1st printing.  Hard cover, as new, in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5347; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00Cast in the Fire.  Poems.  Mountrath, Portlaoise, Ireland:  The Dolmen Press, 1986.  Soft cover, as new.  (Item ID:  5347; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

(3) The Hellbox.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1998.  Oxford Poets series.  Soft cover, as new, unopened.  (Item ID:  5351; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

(4) The Ship of Birth.  Manchester:  Carcenet Press, Ltd., 2003 Oxford Poets.  Soft cover, as new; unopened.  (Item ID:  5346; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$35.00

(5) Southward.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana University Press, 1992.  Soft cover, 1st edition/1st printing. Tiniest of edge wear, otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5371; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $8.00

Dickey, James.  Babel to Byzantium.  Poets & Poetry Now.  New York:  Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1968.  1st Printing.  Near fine volume with slight fading to cover edges, gilt bright.  Dust wrapper has some fading, very small chips to spine bottom/top and tips, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  9113K; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $80.00

Digges, DeborahRough Music.  New York:  Knopf, 1995.  Hard cover as new in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID: 5310; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com $50.00

Doolittle, Hilda (H.D.)  Trilogy.  The Walls Do Not Fall.  Tribute to the Angels.  The Flowering of the Rod.  New York:  New Directions, 1973.  Fine hard cover in fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  9086; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $23.00 

Eliot, T. S.

(1) Ash Wednesday.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1930. (Gallup A15b) First trade edition.   One of 2,000 T.E.G. Without dust wrapper.  Near fine with signature to ffep.  Sylvia Beach, Shakespeare and Company small bookplate to rear pastedown.  (ID: 8420; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $140.00

(2) East Coker.  London:  Faber & Faber, [1942]  Sixth Printing.  In wraps, with bottom edge wear.  Very good.  (ID: 8422; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $17.50 

(3) Poems Written in Early Youth. New York:  Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1967.  Near fine volume with some marginal pen notes.  Fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (ID: 8711; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50

(4) The Sacred Wood.  (Gallup A5c)  London:  Methuen, 1934.  Fourth Edition.  Fountain Library.  Fine in near fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (ID: 8713; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00 

(6) The Use of Poetry and the Use of Criticism.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1958.  Ninth Printing.  Near fine volume.  Very good dust wrapper with spine soiling and chips.  In Mylar.  (ID: 8712; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

(7) [Eliot, T. S., translator.]  St.-John Perse. Anabasis.  New York:  Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., 1949.  Revised and corrected edition.  Eliot’s translation of the St.-John Perse poem.  Bilingual edition.  Near fine hard cover, toned pages.  Slightest of wear to volume and jacket tips.  Inked name to front pastedown. (ID: 8611; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

(8) [Eliot, T. S.]  Aldington, RichardEzra Pound and T.S. Eliot.  New York: Oriole Chapbook, [N.D.] Fine stapled card wrappers with signature/date to inside front cover.  (ID:  716; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

(9) [Eliot, T. S.] Gallup, Donald.  T.S. Eliot:  A Bibliography. New York:  Harcourt, 1953.  Fine volume with slight top edge foxing in near fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper with chips to spine ends.  (ID: 8415; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

Durrell, LawrenceCities, Plans and People.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1946.  Fine in near fine dust wrapper with a bit of jacket edge fade and wear.  Endpaper foxing.  Not price clipped.  (ID: 205; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  

Engels, John

(1) Big Water.  New York:  Lyons & Burford, 1995.  Soft cover, 1st edition/1st printing. Place,date on FFEP, otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5372; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00

(2) Cardinals in the Ice Age.  Poems by John Engels.  The National Poetry Series, Selected by Philip Levine. Saint Paul:  Graywold Press, 1987.  Soft cover, 1st edition/1st printing.  Date, place, owner's name on FFEP, otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5373; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

(3) The Homer Mitchell Place.  Pittsburgh:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1968.  Cloth, fine.  Dust jacket:  minor edge wear, stray pen marks upper right cover, price clipped, otherwise very good to near fine.  (Item ID:  5097; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$15.00

(4) Signals from the Safety Coffin.  Pittsburgh:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1975.  Cloth, fine.  Dust jacket:  very good to near fine, minor edge wear, rubbing near jacket spine.  (Item ID:  5096; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$20.00

(5) Sinking Creek.  New York:  The Lyons Press, 1998.  1st ed.  As new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5342; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $12.00

(6) Sinking Creek.  New York:  The Lyons Press, 1998.  1st ed. As new in as new dust jacket. (Item ID: 9001; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $12.00

(7) Walking to Cootehill.  New and Selected Poems, 1958-1992.  Hanover:  University Press of New England, 1993. Soft cover, 1st edition/1st printing.  Some wrinkling to front cover, name, date, place on inside front cover, tiny stain on half title, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  5374; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Engle, Paul

(1) American Child.  New York:  Random House, 1945.  First Edition, First Printing.  Slightest of rubbing to tips, otherwise fine.  No dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5381; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00 

(2) Corn.  New York:  Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1939.  Stated 1st edition.  Hard cover:  wear rear cover top, spine top.  Small owner's label front pastedown, some browning of pages.  Dust jacket:  some chips, wear at spine, cover fore edge, otherwise very good.  Grant Wood lithograph reproduction on cover and dust jacket.  (Item ID:  9014; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

(3) Poems in Praise.  New York:  Random House, 1959.  First Edition.  Light staining at gutters, otherwise fine volume in fine dust wrapper.  In protective Mylar.  (Item ID:  5382; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 

Faulkner, William

(1) The Marble Faun and A Green Bough.  New York:  Random House, 1965.  First Random House Edition. Cloth:  tanned front pastedown, FFEP, and rear pastedown, otherwise fine.  Dust jacket:  some soiling, 3/4" chip bottom of spine; 3 scratches front cover.  (Item ID:  9020; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $200.00 

(2) [William Faulkner]  William Faulkner:  an Exhibit on Loan from the Collection of Louis Daniel Brodsky. St. Louis:  Washington University Libraries, 1976.  Exhibit guide with chalk drawing of Faulkner.  Fine. (Item ID:  5312; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00 

Frost, Robert.  A Masque of Reason.  New York:  Henry Holt and Company, 1945.  Stated First Printing.  Deaccessioned from the library of Miss Hewitt’s Classes in New York City (stamp on front pastedown).  Hard cover with wear to tips and spine ends and covers; gilt on spine dull; pages age tanned, o/w good plus.  (ID:  995; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Ginsberg, Allen.  The White Shroud.  Poems 1980-1985.  New York:  Harper, 1986.  First Edition. New. Review copy with note and photo of Ginsberg laid in.  Mylar-protected.  (Item ID:  2232; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  

[Ginsberg, Allen.  Howl]  Shindler, Jason, Editor.  The Poem that Changed America. “Howl” Fifty Years Later.  New York:  Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006.  First paperback printing. [ISBN:  0374173443] Essays and comments by Marjorie Perloff, Andrei Codrescu, Billy Collins, Donald Justice, Allen Ginsberg, John Cage, Marge Piercy, Robert Pinsky, Kenneth Rexroth, Anaïs Nin, and others.  Foxing to top edge, faint water stain with consequent warping to top & bottom (increasingly less noticeable) 150 pages, o/w good plus. (ID: 317-101; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  NEW

Gioia, DanaThe Gods of Winter.  Saint Paul:  Graywolf Press, 1991.  Light tip and spine ends wear, otherwise near fine soft cover.  (5619; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00

Graves, Robert.  Poems.  1938-1945.  New York:  Creative Age Press, 1946.  First American Edition.  Good-plus red boards have some edge and tip wear, off-setting to front and rear pastedowns and ffep/rfep., tanning to page edges.  Dust wrapper:  price clipped, light edge/tip wear, light soiling, but otherwise very good.  In protective Myler.  (ID:  3045; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.00 

Grilled Flowers.  Volume 2, Number 1.  Spring/Summer 1977. Frank Graziano, Editor.  Includes poetry by Donald Hall, Charles Simic, and others.  Translations of Apollinaire, Cocteau, among others.  In wrappers, as issued. (Item ID:  5314; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Guest, Barbara.  The Blue Stairs (Poems).  New York: Corinth, 1968.  Unnumbered 1/100 LimitedHelen Frankenthaler cover.  Wraps, a bit soiled, four spots to cover.  (ID:  442; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00

Hall, Donald

(1) Life Work.  Boston:  Beacon Press, 1993.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (6059; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00

(2) Marianne Moore.  The Cage and the Animal.  New York:  Pegasus, 1970.  Nick to bottom back cover, otherwise fine, bright copy.  dust wrapper has light soiling at eges, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  9044; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

(3) The Museum of Clear Ideas.  New York:  Ticknor & Fields, 1992.  1st edition.  Cloth.  As new.  Dust jacket:  very good to near fine, some rubbing, minor shelf wear.  (Item ID:  5316; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

(4) The Old Life.  Boston & New York:  Houghton Mifflin, 1996.  Cloth, as new.  Dust jacket, very good to near fine.  (Item ID:  5317; http:/www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

(5) The Painted Bed.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 2002.  Cloth, as new, in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5102; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00

(6) Unpacking the Boxes.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin Company, 2008.  Third Printing.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.   (5620; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

(7) The Yellow Room:  Love Poems.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1971.  1st edition. Cloth, as new.  Dust jacket:  very good to near fine, with minor shelf wear.  (Item ID:  5318; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00

(8) White Apples and the Taste of Stone.  Selected Poems, 1946-2006.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 2008.  Cloth, fine.  Dust jacket:  near fine, with small area of wrinkling lower edge.  Third printing.  (Item ID:  5103; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

(9) Willow Temple. New and Selected Stories.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 2003.  Cloth, as new, in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5104; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Harjo, Joy

(1) In Mad Love and War.  Middletown, CT:  Wesleyan University Press, 1990.  Third Printing.  Fine soft cover.  (ID:  6106; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $10.00 

(2) A Map to the Next World. Poems and Tales.  New York:  Norton, 2000.  1st edition.  Fine hard cover in near fine dust jacket, with very minor edge wear.  (Item ID:  5092; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com; see also Native American literature list)  $15.00

Harrison, LouJoys & Perplexities.  Selected Poems of Lou Harrison.  Winston-Salem, NC:  Jargon Society, 1992.  In wrappers as issued. (Item ID:  5320; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00

Hayes, TerranceHip Logic.  New York:  Penguin, 2002.  Cloth, as new.  6th printing.  (Item ID: 5321; http://www.rmgerberbooks.com.alibrisstore.com)  $17.00

Heaney, Seamus

(1) The Making of a Music:  Reflections on the Poetry of Wordsworth and Yeats.  The Kenneth Allott Lectures 1.  Liverpool:  University of Liverpool, 1978.  [ISBN:  0906370051]  As new soft cover, Mylar-protected.  (ID: 8616; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $35.00 

(2) Preoccupations.  Selected Prose 1968-1978.  New York:  The Noonday Press, 1980  Eighth printing, 1996.  (Item ID:  5352; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$15.00

(3) Seamus Heaney:  Readings in Contemporary Poetry Number 4.  The Reed Foundation Poetry Chapbook Series.  New York:  Dia Art Foundation, 1988. One of 350.  As new soft cover, Mylar-protected.  (ID: 8615; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

(4) [Heaney, Seamus, and Longley, Michael].  An Upstairs Outlook:  An Evening of Poetry.  Belfast:  Linen Hall Library Development Campaign, 1989.  8 pages in cardstock French wrap covers.  Fine.  (ID: 8565HW; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00 

[Heaney, Seamus] Vendler, Helen.  Seamus Heaney.  London:  HarperCollins, 1998, Near fine to fine hard cover in fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper. (ID:  6149; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $12.00

Hollander, John. Types of Shape.  New York:  Atheneum, 1969.  Dedicated to James Merrill.  Hard cover first edition with very light edge wear.  Dust wrapper has two 1" chips at spine top, right front corner has tape-repaired tears, otherwise good to good plus. (Item ID: 9046; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00 

Hopkins, Gerard ManleyHopkins.  The Mystic Poets.  Woodstock, Vermont:  SkyLight Paths, Publishing, 2004.  Preface by Rev. Thomas Ryan, C.S.P.  As new hard cover in Mylar-protected as new dust wrapper.  (5621)  $8.00    SOLD    1/22/16

Jones, Leroi.  See Baraka, Amiri, above.

Justice, DonaldCollected Poems.  New York:  Knopf, 2004.  Cloth, as new, in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5099; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$25.00

Karoniaktatie (Alex A. Jacobs).   Landscape:  Old and New Poems.  Cover and illustrations by Karoniaktatie.  Blue Cloud Quarterly, Volume 30, Number 4.  Marvin, SD:  The Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1984.  Association copy:  Addressed on back cover to novelist Jonis Agee.  Fine.  (Item ID:  5365; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) See also "Books by and about Native Americans." $25.00 

Kenny, MauriceDancing Back Strong the Nation.  Introduction by Paula Gunn Allen.  Cover and Illustration by Rokwaho (Daniel Thompson).  The Blue Cloud Quarterly.  Volume XXV, Number 1. Marvin, SD:  Blue Cloud Quarterly Press,  1979.  Address on back cover (Small Press Review). See Native American list for additional titles.   Small crease upper right corner.  Stapled wrappers, as issued.  Fine.  See also "Books by and about Native Americans."  (Item ID: 5366; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$30.00  

Kenyon, Jane.  

(1) Collected Poems.  St. Paul, MN:  Graywolf Press, 2005.  2nd Printing. As new hard cover in near fine to fine dust wrapper, with slightest bit of edge wear.  (Item ID:  5459)  $20.00  SOLD

(2) The Boat of Quiet Hours.  St. Paul, MN:  Graywolf Press. 1986.  Soft cover, 2nd printing.  Creased at corners, light edge wear, but otherwise very good to near fine.  (Item ID:  5477; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Otherwise.  New & Selected Poems.  St. Paul, MN:  Graywolf Press, 1996.  First edition, first printing.  As new hard cover.  Review copy with publisher's information laid in.  Afterword by Donald Hall.  (Item ID:  5460; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 

Kinnell, Galway.  

(1) Flower Herding on Mount Monadnock.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1964.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper with light tanning to edges.  Author's second book.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  5478)  $70.00  SOLD  9 6 16 ALIBRIS

(2) When One Has Lived A Long Time Alone.  New York:  Knopf, 1990.  Uncorrected Proof in fine green wrappers.  (Item ID:  5494; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Kleinzahler, August.  Sleeping It Off in Rapid City.  Poems, New and Selected.  New York:   Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2008.  First Edition, Second Printing.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  As new.  (Item ID:  5495; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

Kumin, Maxine

(1) Connecting the Dots.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 1996.  Soft cover, 1st edition.  Owner's name, date, place on FFEP, otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5375; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$15.00

(2) In Deep.  Country Essays.  New York:  Viking, 1987.  Hard cover as new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5340; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

(3) Inside the Halo and Beyond.  The Anatomy of a Recovery.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 2000.  As new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5353; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$22.00

(4) The Long Approach.  New York:  Viking Penguin, 1985.  Owner's name, place, date written on FFEP, otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5350; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $5.00

(5) Looking for Luck.  Poems.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 1992.  Soft cover, second printing.  Owner’s name, place, date written on FFEP, otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5363; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $10.00

(6) The Nightmare Factory.  New Poems by Maxine Kumin.  New York: Harper & Row, 1970.  1st Edition.  Hard cover, very good to near fine, with light wear to tips and spine top/bottom.  Dust jacket:  Mylar-protected; very small chips spine top and bottom.  (Item ID:  5341; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Lawrence, D. HThe Ship of Death and Other Poems.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1941.  Near fine volume with 1” tanning to endpapers. In near fine dust wrapper, slightly darkened spine.  (ID: 475; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  ($22.50) $35.00  

Lopez, BarryLessons from the Wolverine.  Athens:  University of Georgia Press,  1997,  Illustrations by Tom Pohrt.  Fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper has crease front flap, but otherwise near fine to fine.  (5623; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $8.00  

Lowell, Robert

(1) The Mills of the Kavanaughs.  New York:  Harcourt, Brace and Company, [1951]. Stated First Edition.  Hard cover:  light bump to right front cover tip, very light edge/tip wear.  Dust wrapper:  Slightly rubbed, 1/2" chip bottom spine, very small closed tear spine tip, very light tip and edge wear.  Near fine volume in near fine dust jacket.  (Item ID: 5389; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $90.00 

(2) Near the Ocean.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1967.  First British Edition.   Near fine hard cover with slight tip wear, light off-setting ffep.  Small sticker for Foyle’s, Charring Cross, on front pastedown.  Dust wrapper has slight tip wear and very light age tanning, but otherwise near fine to fine.  (6030; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 

Lowell, Robert, and Elizabeth Bishop.  See Elizabeth Bishop, above.

(3) [Lowell, Robert]  Mazzaro, Jerome.  The Achievement of Robert Lowell:  1939-1959.  Detroit:  University of Detroit Press, 1960.  Hard cover, near fine.  Label reading “The Achievement of Robert Lowell/Volume II/Contemporary Poet’s [sic] Series” pasted to copyright page.  (ID: 6154; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Lynch, ThomasPoems:  Still Life in Milford.  New York:  Norton:  1998.  As new hard cover in as new jacket. (Item ID:  5326; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $10.00

McNair, Wesley.  Illustrations by Marjorie Moore.  12 Journeys in Maine.  Portland, ME:  Romulus Editions, 1992.  Soft cover with very minor edge wear, tiny sticker for Apple Tree book Shop on back cover, light indentation on fore edges, otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5327; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $30.00

Merriam, EveRainbow Writing.  New York:  Atheneum 1976.  Hard cover with sunning to edges, otherwise very good to near fine.  Dust wrapper has one closed tear ¾”) and very small chips at tips and edges, otherwise very good.  In Mylar.  (ID:  6046; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00  

Merrill, James

(1) Analekta 1924-1954.  An Anthology of Amherst Undergraduate Writing.  Privately printed, Northampton, MA, 1954.  Printed wrappers unevenly faded, creased lower page corners, but otherwise near fine, unopened.  Contains two poems ("The Broken Bowl" and "The Black Swan") by Merrill; also has Richard Wilbur's "War Aces."  (Item ID:  9061; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00 

(2) Braving the Elements.  New York:  Atheneum, 1972.  Second printing.  Cloth: fine.  Dust jacket:  stain on spine, soiling, but otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  5327; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$50.00

(3) The Changing Light at Sandover.  A Poem.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1992.  First Knopf Edition.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5428; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $70.00 

(4) Collected Novels and Plays.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 2002.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  Very small red remainder dot on lower edge.   (ID: 6136; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.00 

(5) The Country of a Thousand Years of Peace and Other Poems.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1959.  Cloth, fine; dust jacket is near fine with tiny closed tear front cover, slightest of wear to corners and spine ends, light spine sunning. (Item ID:  5429; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $200.00 

(6) The Country of a Thousand Years of Peace and Other Poems.  New and Enlarged Edition.  NY:  Atheneum, 1970.  First Revised Edition. Soft cover.  Slightest of wear to edges and tips, light foxing fore edges. (Item ID:  5347; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 (R&MG)

(7) The (Diblos) Notebook.  A Novel.  New York:  Atheneum, 1975.  Soft cover.  Very light edge wear, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  9026; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50

(8) A Different Person.  A Memoir.  New York:  Knopf, 1993.  Cloth:  fine.  Dust jacket:  very good to near fine.  (Item ID:  5328; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$15.00

(9) A Different Person. A Memoir.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1994.  Soft cover, slightest of wear to lower front tip, otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5349)  $10.00    SOLD    1/22/16

(10) Divine Comedies.  New York:  Atheneum, 1976.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  5400; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $70.00

(11) Divine Comedies.  New York:  Atheneum, 1980.  Good to good plus soft cover.  Splatters to top edges, several splatters to fore edge, but interiors tight and clean; some edge/tip wear.  A good reading copy. (Item ID:  9041; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $8.00 

(12) The Firescreen.  New York:  Atheneum, 1969.  Slight sunning, otherwise fine soft cover.  (Item ID:  9060; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00

(13) First Poems.  New York:  Knopf, 1951. Number 761 of 990. Mylar-protected.  Hard cover: fair plus; 1" chip rear cover, chips to spine top and bottom; several spots front cover; faded gilt on spine; interiors neat, clean, unmarked; dust jacket:  1/2 chip spine, chip rear, closed tear front; otherwise good. (Item ID:  9009; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $75.00 

(14) From the Cutting Room Floor.  Omaha:  University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1983.  Fine, in hand sewn wrappers.  Number 268 of 290.  (Item ID:  9006; wwhttp://wwww.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $70.00 

(15) From the First Nine.  Poems 1946-1976.  New York:  Atheneum, 1982.  Stated First.  Hard cover:  light bump to right front corner, light soiling to white board edges, othewise fine.  Dust wrapper:  Two very small chips, closed tears to front and back edges, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  9015; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $80.00  

(16) The Inner Room.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1988.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5401; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00   

(17) The Inner Room.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1988.  Soft cover.  First paperback edition.  Tiny bit of edge wear, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5461; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

(18) The Inner Room.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1988.  Soft cover.  First paperback edition.  Near fine soft cover.  (Item ID:  5408) $15.00    SOLD    1/22/16

(19) Late Settings.  New York:  Atheneum, 1985.   Pristine copy.  (Item ID:  9052; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $55.00

(20) Late Settings.  New York:  Atheneum, 1985.  Fine volume.  Dust wrapper has slightly sunned spine, slightest of wear to spine top and bottom.  (Item ID;  5406; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00  

(21) Mir Poets.  Number Eleven.  Dorset:  Words Press, 1988.  Limited Edition, #94 of 200.  Near fine stapled wrappers.  (Item ID:  9058; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00

(22) Mir Poets.  Number Eleven.  Dorset:  Words Press, 1988.  Limited Edition.  #97 of 200.  Near fine stapled wrappers.  (Item ID:  9059; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $38.00

(23) Nights and Days.  New York:  Atheneum, 1969.  4th Printing.  A few poems have underlining/notes.  Edge/tip wear, otherwise good to good plus.  (Item ID:  9057; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00  

(24) A Scattering of Salts.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1995.  Cloth, as new, in as new dust jacket.  1st edition.  (Item ID:  5330; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$15.00

(25) A Scattering of Salts. New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1995.  Uncorrected Proof.  In wrappers, as issued. Two staples in front cover, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5462; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $40.00 

(26) Voices from Sandover.  [privately printed for the poet; New York, 1988]  Script adapted from Merrill's long poem, The Changing Light at Sandover.  First edition.  Fine, in wrappers as issued. Laid in is the very scarce program “Works and Process,” With Music by Bruce Saylor.  Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, of the only performances of this Merrill play, May 23 and 24, 1989..  The program is creased and has light staining and soiling. (Item ID: 5463) $150.00     SOLD  

(27) Vol. XLIV, No. 3.  Sea Cliff, NY:  Sea Cliff Press, 1991.  5 x 7 broadside printed at Bembo Typographic Company, Chelsea, NY, for the subscribers and friends of the Sea Cliff Press, December 1991.  Fine.  (Item ID: 5376; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $125.00  

(28) Water Street.  New York:  Atheneum, 1962.  Bright, clean cover, slightest of edge wear.  Small stains half title, fore edges of first several pages, otherwise near fine.  Tight, clean, unread.  (Item ID: 5369; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $70.00. (R&MG)

(29) Water Street.  New York:  Atheneum, 1962.  Soft cover, first edition.  Very light tanning, a bit of foxing, but tight and clean, unread.  (Item ID:  5401) $100.00     SOLD  

(30) Water Street.  New York:  Atheneum, 1962.  Bright, clean cover, slightest of edge wear.  Small stains half title, fore edges of first of several pages, otherwise near fine.  Tight, clean, unread.  (Item ID:  5349; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $70.00

(31) Water Street.  New York:  Atheneum, 1973.  Fourth Printing  Soft cover.  Gift inscriptions on half-title, but otherwise like new.  Unread.  (Item ID:  9021; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

(32) The Yellow Pages.  Cambridge, MA:  Temple Bar Bookshop, 1974.  Wrappers as issued.  Limited edition:  One of 850.  (Item ID:  5125; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

(33) The Yellow Pages.  Cambridge, MA:  Temple Bar Bookshop, 1974.  Wrappers as issued.  Limited edition; one of 850.  Faint imprint of a paperclip on half title and title pages, publisher's return label laid in. (Item ID: 9011; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

(34) [James Merrill] James Merrill, Poet.  An Exhibit of Printed Materials and Manuscripts Drawn from the Modern Literature Collection of Washington University Libraries.  St. Louis:  Washington University, 1985.  Exhibit brochure.  Wrappers, as issued; crease lower left front edge, mild sunning at edges, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  5331; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

[Merrill, James]  Christmas card and envelope.  4” x 5-1/2” envelope is addressed to “Charles” [Crawford] and underlined.  The card, from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, is “Peace and Joy” (the original postcard was by [Adolfine]Valerie Petter, 1881-1963; Frohe Ostern! [“Happy Easter,” though this is a Christmas card).  The handwritten note reads, “Dear Charles – Nuts anda jingle – you’re really over-doing it!  But both are delicious + greatly appreciated. Here is your comparatively uninspired CHRISTMAS TIE, which I ought to have stitched myself, though if I had you’d never want to be seen in it…Love always, Jimmy”  (ID: 6068) $200.00

Merrill, James]Undated (late 1990s) Christmas Card.  Sent to Charles Crawford from Hellen Ingram Merrill Plummer, JM’s mother, signed in red ink “Hellen,” with a small red heart. Merrill’s poem “Christmas Tree” is printed in green ink, with red star, on gold-edged 6”x9” cream colored stationery.  There is a very slight crease, upper left-hand corner. The text forms a full tree, whereas Merrill’s shaped poem, written in 1995 when he knew he was dying, was printed with the left half of the tree missing. (ID: 6067) $100.00

[Merrill, James] Moffett, JudithJames Merrill.  An Introduction to the Poetry.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1984.  NF/NF.  Tiniest bit of edge/tip wear to covers; dust wrapper is similar, with a bit of sunning to front cover edge.  Unopened.  (ID: 6147; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00 

(36) [James Merrill]  Poetry.  James Merrill.  A Memorial Issue.  September 1995.  Volume 166, Number 6. In wrappers, as issued.  Very light sunning; small smudge rear cover, otherwise near fine to fine.  Includes poems by Merrill, as well as by J. D. McClatchy, W. S. Merwin, John Hollander, and others.  (Item ID: 5424; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

(37) [James Merrill]  Poster.  A promotional broadside from the publisher (Alfred A. Knopf, 1988) for Merrill's The Inner Room, reproducing "Arabian Night" and featuring a small photo of the author by Jim McHugh.  (Item ID:  5491; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  Unframed, $45.00.

(38) [James Merrill]  The Voice of the Poet:  James Merrill.  Audiobook.  New York:  Random House, 1999. Includes never-before-released recordings of Merrill reading from his own work.  A companion book contains the complete text of the poems and an essay by J. D. McClatchy.  Unopened, fine condition; cellophane-wrapped box in fine condition.  (Item ID:  5426; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00

(39) [James Merrill]  The Voice of the Poet:  James Merrill.  Audiobook.  New York:  Random House, 1999. Includes never-before-released recordings of Merrill reading from his own work.  A companion book contains the complete text of the poems and an essay by J. D. McClatchy.  Unopened, fine condition; cellophane wrap is slightly town.  (Item ID:  5426; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Merwin, W. S

(1) The Ends of the Earth.  Essays.  Washington, DC:  Shoemaker & Hoard, 2004. Fine hard cover in near fine dust wrapper with light soiling.  (ID:  6095; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00 

(2) Lament for the Makers.  A Memorial Anthology.  Washington, DC:  Counterpoint, 1996.  Cloth, as new, in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5094; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$25.00

Momaday, N. ScottAngle of Geese and Other Poems.  Boston:  David R. Godine, 1974.  Number 5 in the  First Godine Poetry Chapbook Series, Jan Schreiber, General Editor.  Hard cover.  Light fading to spine, price stamp FFEP, otherwise fine. See also "Books by and about Native Americans."  (Item ID: 5370;http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

Moore, Marianne.  

(1) Like a Bulwark:  New Poems.  New York:  Viking, 1956.  Near fine hard cover with slight shadow to front endpapers.  Swlight wear to Mylar-protected dust jacket tips and chip to jacket rear.  (Item ID:  9069; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $27.50  

(2) Tell Me, Tell Me:  Granite, Steel, and Other Topics:  New Poems and Prose.  New York:  Viking, 1966.  Near fine hard cover, with slightest wear to dust jacket, spine and tips.  (Item ID:  9068; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50

(3) [Marianne Moore] Hall, Donald. Marianne Moore. See also Hall, Donald, above. (Item ID:  9044; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Muldoon, Paul.  Poems.  1968-1998.  New York:  Farrar Straus and Giroux, 2001.  Uncorrected Proof.  In wrappers, as issued.  Near fine, with very slight tanning to spine.  (ID:  6109; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $25.00 

Nash, Ogden.  Zoo.  Illustrations by Etienne Delessert. New York:  Stewart, Tabori, Chang, 1987.  (First issued 1930)  Cloth, as new in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5333; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

Ouellet, Jacques.   Qui Ose Regarder.  Ottawa: Éditions Lémeac, 1987.  Soft cover, as new.  In French.  Card tipped in:  Prix Octave-Crémazie, 1987.  Le Lelève de la poésie de Québec.  (Item ID:  5322; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$25.00

Parks, GordonGordon Parks:  A Poet and His Camera.  New York:  Viking, 1968.  Hard cover:  Some foxing, tanning to edges, but otherwise very good cloth volume.  Dust jacket:  tear/chip left back wrap, otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  5101; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Plath, Sylvia.  Crossing the Water.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1971.  First American Printing.  Fine hard cover with slightest fading to cover edges, gift inscription ffep; in near fine dust wrapper with repaired closed tear and slightest bit of edge wear.  In Mylar.  (ID: 640; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

[Plath, Sylvia]  Koren, Yehuda, and Negev, Eilat.   Lover of Unreason.  Assia Wevill, Sylvia Plath's Rival and Ted Hughes' Doomed Love. Cambridge, MA: DaCapo, 2007.  As new soft cover.  (ID:  436; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $10.00

Perse. St.-John.  Anabasis.  See Eliot, T.S., above.

[Porter, Cole. ]  Kimball, Robert, Editor.  Cole Porter.  Selected Lyrics.  New York:  American Poets Project/Library of America, 2006.  Hard cover:  black remainder mark on lower edge, o/w fine; dust wrapper has minimal tip, edge and spine end wear, o/w near fine to fine.  Unopened.   (ID:  6094; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

Pound, Ezra

(1)  The Cantos of Ezra Pound.  New York:  New Directions, 1979.  Seventh printing. [ISBN:  0811203506]  Near fine, top edge a fit foxed.  Fine dust jacket.  (ID:  8612; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00

(2)  Pound, EzraConfucio Studio Integrale.  Rapallo:  Scuola Tipografica Orfanotrofio Emiliani, 1942.  In Italian. Near fine, printed wraps, stapled.  The usual toning, no watermark.  (ID: JH 108; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $250.00

(3) [Pound, Ezra] Aldington, Richard.  Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot.  New York: Oriole Chapbook, [N.D.] Fine stapled card wrappers with signature/date to inside front cover.  (ID: 716; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

(4) [Pound, EzraHyperion, A Poetry JournalA Special Issue to Remember Ezra Pound, Who Died a Year Ago.  Volume III, No. III, Issue 10.  Fall, 1973.  Thorp Springs Press.  Editor for this issue:  Paul Foreman.  Associate Editors:  Judy Hogan, Foster Robertson.   Stapled pictorial wrappers, as issued.  Photos and poetry (including “Why Log Truck Drivers Rise Earlier than Students of Zen,” by Gary Snyder) Tanned, but o/w near fine.  (ID:  986; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

(5) [Pound, Ezra] Kenner, HughThe Poetry of Ezra Pound.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1985.  First Bison Printing.  With new preface by the author.  Foreword by James Laughlin.  Soft cover. Very light age tanning/soiling, but otherwise near fine.  (ID: 6108)  $18.00  NEW    SOLD

(6) [Pound, Ezra]  Kenner, HughThe Pound Era.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1973.  0520018605  First edition, first printing.  Fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper is near fine to fine, with 1” closed tear to lower front tip, slightest of age tanning and a small wrinkle to cover’s spine tip.  In protective Mylar.  (Item ID:  5656)  $70.00  SOLD

(7)  [Beinecke Library] Rainey, Lawrence CA Poem Including History:  The Cantos of Ezra Pound.  New Haven:  Yale University Press.  1989 Beinecke exhibition catalog of unpublished material; cover photo of Pound and autograph manuscripts.  Fine, in stiff wraps.  (ID: JH 12; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00 

Rimbaud, Arthur.  A Season in Hell.  Norfolk , Conn.:  New Directions, 1939. Translated from the French (Une Saison En Enfer) by Delmore Schwartz. Limited Edition:  One of 780 copies. Text of the poem in English and French.  Schwartz’s Introduction first appeared in Poetry:  A Magazine of Verse.  Plum paper-covered boards and linen spine, paper label to cover; light wear to spine ends, o/w very good to near fine. Light foxing to end papers.  Signature of previous owner, writer Killian Jordan, on ffep. No dust wrapper, as issuedIn protective Mylar. (ID: 317-105; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  NEW

Scrimgeour, James R.  Brushstrokes of the Millennium.  Danbury, CT:  The Western Connecticut State University Foundation, 2004.  (Item ID:  5361; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Shapiro, Karl

(1) Karl Shapiro – Selected Poems.  New York:  Library of America, 2003.  Edited by John Updike. [ISBN:  1931082340]  As new in similar dust wrapper.  (ID: 8614; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $10.00  

(2) V-Letter and Other Poems.  New York:  Reynal and Hitchcock, 1944.  Near fine volume with owner’s signature/date FFEP; dust jacket:  spine sunning, small chips at edges, otherwise very good plus; 1st ed, 1st printing.  (Item ID:  5349; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

Snodgrass, W. D. 

(1) After Experience.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1967.  Snodgrass’s second collection. Hard cover, with small tear as base of hinge ffep and front pastedown, small bumps to top of spine and tips, o/w very good plus to near fine.  Dust wrapper:  light wear to spine ends and to tips, 1 very small closed tear, light soiling to back cover, but o/w very good plus to near fine.  (ID:  989; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

(2) Heart’s Needle.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1966.  Seventh Printing. (Originally published 1959)  Gilt slightly faded, a bit of foxing to endpapers, but otherwise near fine.  Dust wrapper has small chips to spine/spine top/front cover, spine faded, back cover tanned, but o/w very good.  In Mylar.  (ID:  3105; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

(3) [Snodgrass, W. D.]  Ferry, David, and W. D. Snodgrass.  Poems.  Read at the Spring Meeting of the New England College English Association at Amherst College  May 7, 1960.  Amherst, MA:  Amherst College, 1960.  Includes “Lying Awake,” “Flash Flood,” ”Heart’s Needle,” and “A Flat One,” first appearance of Snodgrass poems. Stapled wrappers as issued.  Bit of tanning/foxing to front cover, tanning to interior, with a few tiny chips at edges, otherwise very good to near fine.  (ID:  3053; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $200.00  

Spender, Stephen. 

(1) The Generous Days.  New York:  Random House, 1971.  (There was an earlier limited edition published by Godine.) Spender’s first book of poetry since his 1962 Selected Poems. Slightly cocked hard cover with very light wear to tips.  Dust wrapper has some wear to tips and spine ends, rubbing to spine edge front cover, very small white mark front cover, o/w good plus to very good.  First American Edition.   Includes “To W. H. Auden On His Sixtieth Birthday” and “Four Sketches for Herbert Read.”  (ID:  6091; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $24.00  

(2) The Imagination in the Modern World.  Three Lectures Presented Under the Auspices of the Gertrude Clarke Whittall Poetry and Literature Fund.  Washington, DC:  The Library of Congress, 1962.  (ID:  6092; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  Lightly tanned stapled grey and green wrappers, creases at spine of back cover, spine rubbed.  Very good.  $12.00 

(3) Poems by Stephen Spender.  New York:  Random House, 1934.  [check – is there a hand correction in one of my copies – tell whether later printing].  Tanning to blue cover edges, spine sunned.  Gilt on front cover bright, but faded on spine.  (ID: 592; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

(4) [Spender, Stephen.] The Sixth Annual Wallace Stevens Program.  See Stevens, Wallace, below.

(5)  [Spender, Stephen]  Sutherland, John.  Stephen Spender.  A Literary Life.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2004.  First Edition.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  Unopened.  (ID: 6137; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00 

Stephens, James

A Singing Wind.  Selected Poems by James Stephens.  Edited by Quail Hawkins.  New York:  The Macmillan Company, 1968.  Stated first printing.  Drawings by Harold Goodwin.  Owner’s bookplate to front pastedown, o/w fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper is slightly rubbed with light edge/tip wear, crease to front flap, o/w very good.  (ID: 8317l; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $17.00

[Stephens, James]  Williams, I. A.  Bibliographies of Modern Authors:  No. 4.  London:  Chaundy and Co., 1922.  John Collings Squire and James Stephens.  #51/75.  Repaired spine, small bookplate to front pastedown. Original card covers.  (ID: 8348; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $60.00  

[Stehens, James] McFate, Patricia.  The Uncollected Prose of James Stephens.  Vol. 1.  1907-15 [ISBN: 717112624]; Vol. 2. 1916-1948. [ISBN:  717112632]  Dublin:  Gill and Macmillan, 1983.  Near fine hard cover, mild cover wear.  (ID: 8619/8620; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  NEW

Stevens, Wallace  

(1) The Auroras of Autumn.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1950.  Stated First Edition.  Owner’s signature on ffep and the usual tanning, but otherwise very good plus to near fine hard cover with bright gilt.  Dust wrapper has tanned spine, very small spine end and edge chips, but otherwise very good plus to near fine.  (ID:  970; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  In protective Mylar. $260.00 

(2) The Collected Poems.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1954.  One of 2500 Copies.  Unnumbered Printer’s Copy (so noted on Limitation Page).  Winner of the Pulitzer Price and the National Book Award.  $7.50 price intact. Covers lightly faded at edges, small spots of lost color at spine ends.  Copper and silver decoration on spine and front cover bright.  Corners slightly bumped.  Dust wrapper is rare first state jacket (“The First Edition of The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens is Limited to Twenty-Five Hundred Numbered Copies” on front flap. Jacket has several small chips and closed tears and is age tanned, otherwise good plus to very good.  In Mylar.  (6031; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $300.00  

(3) Collected Poetry & Prose.  New York:  The Library of America, 1997.  Fifth Printing.  Fine hard cover in fine, Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (ID:  805; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

(4) Harmonium.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1931.  First thus edition.  Fourth state binding.  Hard cover.  Top edge maroon.  Page facing title page headed “Some New Poetry on Mr. Knof’s List” (includes T.S. Eliot’s Poems).  Ffep (blank) is about 1/3 missing (possibly inscription/signature torn out).  Tan cloth (no dust wrapper). Spine is sunned, slightly discolored. A few pages have very small stains in the margin, not affecting text.  A very good copy of Stevens’s first collection.  In protective Mylar. (ID: 6107) $175.00

(5) Opus Posthumous.  Revised, Enlarged, and Corrected Edition.  Edited by Milton J. Bates.  London:  Faber and Faber Limited, 1989.  Jacket drawing by David Hockney.  Fine hard cover in near fine to fine dust wrapper.  (ID: 6123; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

(6) The Palm at the End of the Mind.  Selected Poems and a Play.  New York:  Vintage Books, 1972. Edited by Holly Stevens.  Soft Cover.  Owner’s name/date/place on ffep, light tanning, but otherwise near fine.  (ID: 6032; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00  

(7) Poèmes.  Paris:  Pierre Seghers, 1963.  Bilingual text of poems (including “Harmonium,” “Ideas of Order,” and “Parts of a World”).  Translated by Marie-Jean Beraud-Villars and André Ravaute.  Introduction by Bernard Delvaille. Near fine hard cover; dust wrapper has very small chips at tips and spine ends, very light soiling to rear cover, o/w very good plus to near fine.  (ID:  6084; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 

(8) The Relations Between Poetry and Painting.  New York:  The Museum of Modern Art, 1951.  A lecture delivered January 15, 1951.  Fragile stapled paper wrappers  good plus:  chipped, tanned and detached; text unaffected.  In protective sleeve.  (ID:  969; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00 

(9) [Stevens, Wallace]  Brown, Merle E.  Wallace Stevens:  The Poem as Act.  Detroit:  Wayne State University Press, 1970.  Near fine hard cover in sunned, but o/w near fine dust wrapper.  (ID:  6105; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

(10)  [Stevens, Wallace]  Doggett, Frank, and Buttel, Robert, Editors.  Wallace Stevens.  A Celebration.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1980.  Contributions by Louis L. Martz, Stevens, A. Walton Litz, Holly Stevens, Richard Ellmann, Helen Vendler, Frank Kermode, J. Hillis Miller, among others.  Near fine to fine hard cover with bright spine lettering.  Dust wrapper is near fine with slightest bit of tanning.  (ID: 6155; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

(11) [Stevens, Wallace] Doyle, Charles, Editor. Wallace Stevens:  The Critical Heritage.  London:  Routledge, Kegan Paul, 1985. Fine hard cover. No dust wrapper. One hundred and twenty-three critical pieces (from early reviews to posthumously published material) by a wide range of critics and poets, among them Carl Sandburg, Marianne Moore, Edmund Wilson, Allen Tate, William Carlos Williams, Delmore Schwartz, Roert Lowell, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Donald Davies, and many others. (ID:  6037; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

(12) [Stevens, Wallace]  Pearce, Roy Harvey, and Miller, J. Hillis, Editors.  The Act of the Mind.  Essays on the Poetry of Wallace Stevens.  Baltimore:  The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1965.  Hard cover:  Owner’s name blacked out, ffep, very slight edge/tip wear, o/w near fine.  Dust wrapper:  price clipped, several chips and closed tears, rubbing and edge/tip wear, but good plus.  (ID:  6083; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

(13) [Stevens, Wallace].  The Sixth Annual Wallace Stevens Program.  Presented by the Department of English of the University of Connecticut with the support of The Hartford Insurance Group.  An Anthology of Prize Poems.  May 14, 1969.  Presentation and Poetry-Reading by Stephen Spender.  Fine. Stapled wrappers, as issued.  Signed by Stephen Spender on the title page. (ID:  6093; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00

(14) [Stevens, Wallace]  Vinal, Harold, Editor.  Voices.  A Quarterly of Poetry.  Wallace Stevens Issue.Number121.  Spring, 1945.  Excerpts from Harmonium, Ideas of Order, The Man with the Blue Guitar, Parts of a World, From Notes Toward a Supreme Fiction, and new poems.  Essay on Stevens by John Malcolm Brinnin.  Also includes eight reviews, including one of William Carlos Williams’s The Wedge and another of Robert Frost’s A Masque of Reason. Stapled wrappers, as issued.  Unevenly tanned, o/w near fine.  (ID:  985; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $80.00  

(15) [Stevens, Wallace] Wake. 9.  The Creative Magazine.  New York:  Wake Editions, 1950.  Seymour Lawrence and Jose Garcia Villa, Editors.  Includes poems by E. E. Cummings, Wallace Stevens, Marianne Moore, Williams Carlos Williams, among others.  Wrappers, as issued.  Some age tanning, soiling, tiny chips at tips/edges, o/w very good to near fine.  (ID: 3054; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00 

(16) [Stevens, Wallace]  Stevens, HollySouvenirs and Prophecies.  The Young Wallace Stevens.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1977.  Fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper has a tiny bit of edge wear, otherwise near fine to fine.  (ID:  6039; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

Triquarterly59Evanston, IL:  Northwestern University Press, 1984.  Volume contains poems by Roy A. Young Bear (Native American poet; see Native American Literature list), Ward Just, Joyce Carol Oates, Maxine Kumin, and others.  Light soiling at corners, otherwise near fine to fine.  (Item ID:  5337; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00

Updike, John.  Endpoint.  New York:  Knopf, 2009.  1st edition.  New hard cover in new dust jacket. 1st ed., 1st printing.  (Item ID:  5336; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com).  $25.00

[Updike, John, Editor]  See Shapiro, Karl, above.

Viorst, JudithForever Fifty and Other Negotiations.  New York:  Simon and Schuster, 1989.  As new volume in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5338; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00

Wilbur, Richard

(1) Advice to a Prophet and Other Poems.  New York:  Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., 1961. Paperclip indentation on pages 48-51, otherwise near fine hard cover.  No dust jacket.  (Item ID: 9007; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00 

(2)  Poems. 1943-1956.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1956.  Hard cover, with small scuff to spine, owner’s name/date to front pastedown, lt. tanning to ffep and rfep, o/w near fine.  Dust wrapper, very small chips at spine ends, tips, spine sunned, lt. tanning to edges, o/w very good.  (ID: 6143)  $45.00     SOLD  

Williams, William Carlos

(1) A Dream of Love.  A Play in Three Acts and Eight ScenesDirection Six.  New York:  New Directions, 1948.  In wrappers, as issued. Cover is Alvin Lustig design.  Small closed tear at top of spine, some wear to paper edges, but o/w near fine.  Small area of spotting stain to side edges.  Small sticker residue/stain to back cover. (ID: 6141; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00 

(2) The Autobiography of William Carlos Williams.  New York:  Random House, 1951.  First edition, second printing.  Near fine hard cover, with slightest bit of tip wear; gilt bright on cover and spine, very lit. tanning to interior.  Dust wrapper has large chips and closed tear, front flap is tape repaired, fair plus.  In Mylar.  (ID:  6110; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

(3)  A Beginning on the Short Story (Notes). Yonkers, NY:  Alicat, 1950.    Outcast Chapbook #XVII.  One of 750; in wrappers.  1” moisture stain to lower front cover, crease to ffep upper tip. (ID:  709; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

(4) [Pound, Ezra] *Whittemore, Reed.  William Carlos Williams.  Washington, DC:  Library of Congress, 1984.  As new soft cover, signed and inscribed by Whittemore, Mylar-protected.  (ID:  8617; http//www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Wilson, EdmundThe Twenties.  New York:  Farrar, Straus and Giroyx, 1975.  Edited with an introduction by Leon Edel.  First Edition/First Printing.  Edel edited this work which Wilson died before completing. Hard cover.  Covers and dust wrapper have light age soiling and minor edge/tip wear, but otherwise very good.  In protective Brodart.  (ID:  6139; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

Yeats, William Butler

(1) Essays and Introductions.  London:  Macmillan, 1961.  Very good plus volume with mild foxing; very good plus Mylar-protected dust wrapper, spine and edges age toned.  (ID: 8424; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $70.00

(1a) The Wild Swans at Coole.  New York:  Macmillan, 1919.  Lovely Sturge Moore decorated grey paper covers; lacks (1a)  Tdust wrapper.  Very good plus.  Spine sunned with two minor cuts, 2" cut to front spine hinge, minor wear to spine ends/tips, some foxing to first few pages. Signature to ffep.  Internals clean and tight.  Mylar-protected.  (ID: 152; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $325.00 

(2) [Yeats, William Butler]  Symons, A. J. A.  A Bibliography of the First Editions of Books by William Butler Yeats.  London:  First Editions Club, 1924.  #243/500 copies.  Near fine with toning to endpapers.  (ID: 8997; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $80.00 

(3) [Yeats, William Butler]  Foster, R.F.  Words Alone: Yeats and His Inheritances.  New York: Oxford, 2011. As new in similar dust jacket.  (ID: 433; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $10.00

(4) [Yeats, William Butler]  Vendler, HelenOur Secret Discipline.  Yeats and Lyric Form.  Cambridge, Massachusetts:  The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2007.  First edition, first printing.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  As new.  Vendler explores the most inventive reaches of Yeats’s mind, offering brilliant insights into the creative process.   (ID: 6186)  Also available on from us Amazon.com $30.00 

 

 

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