Used Books: March 26, 2016

A brand new batch of previously owned titles on offer! Feel free to call or write for details, or if you’d like anything held. Better yet—stop on by! Happy spring, everyone.

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Edgar Allan Poe & the Juke-Box: Uncollected Poems, Drafts, and Fragments by Elizabeth Bishop, edited & annotated by Alice Quinn ($7.50 hc, with remainder mark)

In America by Victor Bockris, with cover photo of author by Aram Saroyan ($20 chap, 1st printing, Telegraph Books, 1972)

Poems 1959–1975 by Yves Bonnefoy, translated by Richard Pevear ($12.50 pb)

Selected Poems by Alain Bosquet translated by Wallace Fowlie, Lawrence Durrell, Samuel Beckett, & Jean and Elisabeth Malaquais ($13.50 pb, 1st printing, Ohio University Press/Editions Gallimard, 1972)

Poems of Anne Bradstreet edited by Robert Hutchinson ($9.50 pb, Dover, 1969)

For You by Hayden Carruth ($7.50 pb, 1st printing)

Poems of Paul Celan translated by Michael Hamburger ($25 hc, 1st edition, Persea, 1989)

Collected Poems of Emily Dickinson edited by Mabel Loomis Todd & T.W. Higginson ($15 genuine bonded leather hardcover, with gilded paper, 1st edition, as new, Chatham River Press, 1983)

Selected and New Poems by Norman Dubie ($8.50 pb, 1st)

Collected Poems 1930–1960 (including fifty-one new poems) by Richard Eberhart ($12.50 hc, 1st British printing, Oxford, 1960, with gift inscription)

Maine Poems by Richard Eberhart ($26.50 pb, 1st printing, inscribed to Nelson Bentley, dated before publication year)

The Quarry: New Poems by Richard Eberhart ($9.50 hc)

The Gypsy Ballads of García Lorca translated by Rolfe Humphries ($6.50 pb, Indiana University Press)

The Selected Poems of Federico García Lorca edited by Francisco García Lorca & Donald M. Allen ($2.50 pb, with hole through middle of front cover, New Directions)

Saving Lives by Albert Goldbarth ($12.50 pb, signed 1st printing)

Meadowlands by Louise Glück ($12.50 hc, 1st printing)

Vita Nova by Louise Glück ($12.50 hc, 1st printing)

The Poems of Robert Graves (Chosen by himself) ($5.50 pb, 1st printing, Doubleday/Anchor, 1958)

Nameless Flowers: Selected Poems of Gu Cheng translated by Aaron Crippen, with photographs by Hai Bo ($8.50 hc)

The Happy Man by Donald Hall ($30 hc, signed 1st, no dust jacket)

Seasons at Eagle Pond by Donald Hall ($12.50 hc in slipcase, 1st printing)

The Town of Hill by Donald Hall ($12.50 hc/chap, 1st printing, David R. Godine, 1975)

Words in the Mourning Time by Robert Hayden ($11.50 pb)

What Narcissism Means to Me by Tony Hoagland ($6.50 pb)

Poetry Is (or, Poetry in the Making) by Ted Hughes ($6.50 pb, 1st American printing, Doubleday, 1970)

Selected Poems Including “The Woman at the Washington Zoo” by Randall Jarrell ($8.50 pb, 1st printing, Atheneum, 1964)

Imperfect Thirst by Galway Kinnell ($5.50 pb)

Collected Poems by Philip Larkin, edited and with an introduction by Anthony Thwaite ($8.50 pb, 1st printing, FSG)

Ashes: Poems New and Old by Philip Levine ($35 pb, 1st printing, Atheneum, 1979)

Mirabell: Books of Number by James Merrill ($8.50 hc)

The Need to Hold Still by Lisel Mueller ($3.50 pb)

The Next Room of the Dream: Poems and Two Plays by Howard Nemerov ($5.50 pb)

The Western Approaches: Poems 1973–75 by Howard Nemerov ($6.50 pb, 1st printing)

Residence on Earth by Pablo Neruda ($7.50 pb)

Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair by Pablo Neruda, translated by W.S. Merwin ($4.50 pb, 9th Penguin printing, 1988)

Merlin & The Snake’s Egg by Leslie Norris, illustrated by Ted Lewin ($12.50 hc, 1st edition, with Nelson Bentley’s signature)

Lunch Poems by Frank O’Hara ($10.50 pb, 4th printing, City Lights, 1968)

Winter Arguments by Anne Pitkin ($7.50 pb, inscribed)

Blood, Bread, and Poetry: Selected Prose 1979–1985 by Adrienne Rich ($6.50 pb)

Leaflets: Poems 1965–1968 by Adrienne Rich ($7.50 pb)

Poems: Selected and New, 1950–1974 by Adrienne Rich ($8.50 pb, early printing)

The School among the Ruins: Poems 2000–2004 by Adrienne Rich ($7.50 pb, 1st printing)

Your Native Land, Your Life by Adrienne Rich ($5.50 pb)

The Selected Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke edited & translated by Stephen Mitchell ($7.50 pb, 1st Vintage printing, 1989)

Straw for the Fire: From the Notebooks of Theodore Roethke 1943–63 selected & arranged by David Wagoner ($7.50 pb)

The Lamplit Answer by Gjertrud Schnackenberg ($12.50 pb, 1st printing)

Final Solutions by Frederick Seidel ($50 hc, 1st printing, with several minor tears to dust jacket)

45 Mercy Street by Anne Sexton ($7.50 pb, 1st printing)

Poems by Wallace Stevens selected, and with an introduction, by Samuel French Morse ($5.50 pb, Vintage, 1959[?])

Half Sun Half Sleep by May Swenson ($4.50 pb, tear and crease on front cover)

Poems and Last Poems (Arranged in chronological order of composition) by Edward Thomas, edited by Edna Longley ($10.50 pb, Nelson Bentley’s copy)

The Portable Walt Whitman (Revised and Enlarged Edition) selected & with notes by Mark Van Doren ($2.50 Penguin pb, with sticker tear to front cover and remainder mark)

Littlefoot: A Poem by Charles Wright ($7.50 hc, 1st printing)

Sestets by Charles Wright ($6.50 pb)

The World of the Ten Thousand Things: Poems 1980–1990 by Charles Wright ($9.50 pb)

Zone Journals by Charles Wright ($9.50 pb, OP)

Portrait of the Poet as an Engineer by Maged Zaher ($5.50 pb, inscribed, OP)

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Modern Japanese Tanka: An Anthology edited & translated by Makoto Ueda ($14 pb)