In his 11th volume of poetry, Dunn explores the "different hours" not only of a life but also of the historical and philosophical landscape beyond the personal.In his 11th volume of poetry, Dunn explores the "different hours" not only of a life but also of the historical and philosophical landscape beyond the personal.Read Less
Good in Good jacket. Hardcover. Signed Textblock is tanned but unmarked. Red and gray boards are faded. Spine has gilt lettering. Corners and spine are bumped. 121 pgs. Dust jacket has usual wear and price is not clipped.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book. Inscribed by Author(s) Textblock is tanned but unmarked. Binding is tight. Gray boards and red spine are dust soiled and faded. Spine and corners are slightly bumped. Spine has gilt lettering. 121 pgs. DJ has shelf wear in usual places. Price is not clipped. Newspaper clipping and notes are inserted.
Fine in fine jacket. Poems. New York: W W Norton & Co Inc., 2000. First Edition. First Printing. Hardcover. Fine/fine. 121 pp. Author's Pulitzer Prize-winning collection. Tight and unread. Jacket is protected by an archival Brodart cover.
Fine in fine jacket. Hardcover. inscribed "For __________/ Stephen Dunn/ 4-26-01" on the front free endpaper. 121 pp. Poetry. Winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. A fine, fresh example in equally fine dust jacket with Pulitzer Prize sticker in front panel.
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