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WAKING AT 3 A. M. by  William [1914 - 1993] Stafford - 1st edition.  Limited to 300 cc - 1972 - from Tavistock Books, ABAA and


by Stafford, William [1914 - 1993]

Condition: Nr Fine.

Amherst, N. Y.: The "Slow Loris" Press, 1972. 1st edition. Limited to 300 cc. Nr Fine.. Single printed sheet of bright yellow paper; 3 stanza poem on recto. Publisher imprint to verso. 10-3/4" x 8-1/4"

More of Stafford's more uncommon broadside poems. "Even in the cave of the night when you | wake and are free and lonely, | neglected by others, discarded, loved only | by what doesn't matter--even in that | big room no one can see, | you push with your eyes till forever | comes in its twisted figure-eight | and lies down in your head."

  • Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 30148
  • Title: WAKING AT 3 A. M.
  • Author: Stafford, William [1914 - 1993]
  • Book condition: Used - Nr Fine.
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: 1st edition. Limited to 300 cc
  • Publisher: The "Slow Loris" Press
  • Place: Amherst, N. Y.
  • Date published: 1972


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