1967 Doubleday Anchor paperback, unmarked and tight, light reading wear. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Good in Good jacket. Used Hardcover. Price-clipped jacket is worn on upper and lower edges. Scored, grubby jacket rear, with more minor scores on front. Superficial scuffing/wear incurring slight colour loss along spine sides and leading edges of jacket, as well as upper and lower edges of hardcover. Jacket leading corners worn with a nick on rear lower. Upper hardcover corners very slightly bent. Jacket spine has an abrasion on body and a few further, lighter scuffs; ends are worn and lightly bumped on jacket and hardcover respectively. Penned gift dedication on FEP. Pages are clean and sound, despite exterior wear, in very good condition. Poetry bilingual in Russian and English; foreword by W. H. Auden. TS.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Black cloth, red/pink titles, pink topstain. First edition (NAP). A bilingual edition, edtied by Patricia Black and Max Hayward and with a Foreword by W.H. Auden. Translated by W.H. Auden, Jean Garrigue, Max Hayward, Stanley Kunitz, Stanley Moss, William Jay Smith and Richard Wilbur. A near fine copy with little wear. DJ very good plus with light sunning to spine, repaired short tear at top edge. 296 pp.
Antiworlds, and, The fifth ace : poems.
by Andrei Voznesensky
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