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Quarry, Volume 16, Number 2 (January 1967) by  et al  Dorothy Livesay - Paperback - 1st edition - 1967 - from Philip Smith, Bookseller (SKU: M1498)

Quarry, Volume 16, Number 2 (January 1967)

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Quarry, Volume 16, Number 2 (January 1967)

by Barbour, Douglas (ed.), Michael Ondaatje, bp Nichol, Dorothy Livesay, et al

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Kingston, Canada: The Quarry Press, 1967. 1st edition. Soft cover. Fine/No Jacket (as issued). Near Fine. 8vo, 48pp, stapled wrappers. Michael Ondaatje was an editor of this magazine, and this issue includes two early poems by him, and two early works by bp Nichol. Period flyers for The Coach House Press (mentioning Ondaatje and Nichol) and a George Bowering book laid in. Unmarked copy with light outer wear.


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Quarry, Volume 16, Number 2 (January 1967)
Barbour, Douglas (ed.), Michael Ondaatje, bp Nichol, Dorothy Livesay, et al
Soft cover
Book condition
Used - Fine
Jacket condition
No Jacket (as issued)
1st edition
Kingston, Canada: The Quarry Press
Date published
Quarry Volume 16 Number 2 January 1967 Douglas Barbour Michael Ondaatje bp Nichol bpNichol Dorothy Livesay Canada Canadian Literature Poetry Sixties Coach House Press
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Poetry : Modern : Periodicals;

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Philip Smith, Bookseller

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About Philip Smith, Bookseller

We specialize in rare and unusual items in Metaphysics and Spirituality, Literature, Art, Cinema, Social Movements, Octavo Editions, and interdisciplinary areas.


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