Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh Press, (1985).
1st edition, gold boards, with printed dust jacket. ". . . one of the most original and most highly praised of contemporary American poets . . . a book of love poems and elegies, Levis engages in a process of relentless self-interrogation about his life, about losses and acceptances . . . a 'representative life' of our time" (from the jacket). Among the most elusive of all Levis titles in the first hardbound edition, this copy is very bright and tight, and appears in 'as new' condition. Very scarce in this condition. Item #4646