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The Subject by  Charles Bernstein - Paperback - Limited - 1995 - from Veery Books (SKU: 000595)

The Subject

The Subject by  Charles Bernstein - Paperback - Limited - 1995 - from Veery Books (SKU: 000595)

The Subject

by Bernstein, Charles

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About This Item

Buffalo, New York: Meow Press, 1995. 35 pp. An edition of three hundred printed in May 1995. A play in verse from a scenario by Ben Yarmolinsky and Charles Bernstein, music by Ben Yarmolinsky. First Performance February 23, 1992, with Carla Wood as Jenny Midnight, Tom Bogdan as Daeman Dudley, and Stephen Kalm as Boris Frame. Cover art by Susan Bee. There's a bridge / I can't cross / melting like a / boy with pickled / eyes. She breaks / the board over / the crystal desk / embodied with heiroglyphic / inscriptions then hides / under the folds / of the tears / mumbling about frozen / papaya and the / boat to Tonawanda.'--Jenny Midnight from Part One: The Crystal Desk.. Limited. Wraps. Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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The Subject
Bernstein, Charles
Book condition
Used - Fine
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Near Fine
Meow Press
Place of Publication
Buffalo, New York
Date published
poetry, theater, limited edition
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Poetry; Theater; Limited Edition;

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Veery Books’ specialties: (1) Music scores (Symphonic, Chamber, Choral, and Solo repertoire, Full conductor’s scores and study scores and parts throughout the range of classical music, including rare or first editions), bibliographies, histories, biographies, auction catalogs, literature and ephemera related to classical music and classical composers and musicians. (2) American popular music from the early 19th century to the 1940s. (3) Poetry and literature with emphasis on American poetry and fiction. (4) Rare and unusual American imprints from the 19th century. (5) Bibliographies, Bookseller’s catalogs, Auction catalogs for books, manuscripts, ephemera, prints, and art. Veery Books strives to provide accurate bibliographic and condition descriptions including photographs for each offering and where possible to offer quotations or unusual facts about the offering. Veery Books will be happy to assist you in your book search and welcomes inquiries regarding thousands of yet uncatalogued musical scores, bookseller’s and auction catalogs.


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