Paris and New York: The Paris Review, Winter Spring 1964. 1st edition, original illustrated paperwraps (as issued). The "Anniversary Number" featuring "Poets of The Sixties." First appearances of poems from twenty-one poets, all of whom were initially introduced to readers of THE PARIS REVIEW by Donald Hall during his time.....
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Phila: American Poetry Review, (2001). 1st ed, uncorrected proof, illustrated stiff paperwraps (as issued.) This volume is the "Winner of the APR/Honickman First Book Prize" (from the cover.) Selected, and with a long Foreword by Adrienne Rich. Fine.
Partisan Review, Fall, 1962, Vol XXIX, No 4. 1st edition, original printed paperwraps (as issued). The text includes Rich's ten section poem which later became the title poem of the author's third collection. Also included in this issue is a prose story by James Merrill, "Two Dream Songs" by John.....
New York: Norton, (1991). 1st edition, uncorrected proof, original yellow printed paperwraps (as issued.) Fine.
New York: Norton, (2004). 1st edition, uncorrected proof, original illustrated glossy paperwraps (as issued). "In this new collection Adrienne Rich confronts dislocations and upheavals in the United States at the beginning of the twenty-first century" (from the rear cover). Publisher's material laid in. Fine.
New York: Norton, (1967). 1st ed (thus), black cloth, w/dj. "First published in 1963, this book is now restored to print in a new edition containing some revisions and one hitherto unpublished poem." A fine copy in like jacket.
New York: Norton, (1967). 1st ed, thus, simultaneous illustrated paperwraps. Shelf rubs to black background of cover, else a clean copy of the first printing (in paperback.).