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ENCIRCLED BY AN ALPHABET by  James; et al  William; TATE - Signed First Edition - (1976) - from Charles Agvent and


by STAFFORD, William; MILOSZ, Czeslaw; HEYEN, William; TATE, James; et al

Condition: Fine

Derry, PA: Rook Press, (1976). First Edition. Broadsides. Fine. William Lint. A portfolio of 12 broadsides (8-1/2" x 11") illustrated by William Lint, each one of 250 numbered and SIGNED by the poet. Poets included are Czeslaw Milosz, James Tate, William Stafford, Paul Zimmer, Jon Anderson, Sandra McPherson, Daniel Halpern, Gerald Costanzo, Mark Halperin, Ed Ochester, William Heyen, and Frederick Morgan. The Milosz broadside, "Ars Poetica?," also has a word corrected in the poet's hand.

  • Bookseller: Charles Agvent US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 005189
  • Author: STAFFORD, William; MILOSZ, Czeslaw; HEYEN, William; TATE, James; et al
  • Illustrator: William Lint
  • Format/binding: Broadsides
  • Book condition: Used - Fine
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First Edition
  • Publisher: Rook Press
  • Place: Derry, PA
  • Date published: (1976)
  • Keywords: Signed; Czeslaw Milosz; William Stafford; James Tate; Limited; Literature: American
  • Bookseller catalogs: Nobel Prize; Broadsides;


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