Good. Very good-paperback. Signed by Eberhart on title page. Spine is uncreased, binding tight and sturdy, text also very good. Light shelfwear, age-toning to wraps. Ships from Dinkytown in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Good; Collectible. [SIGNED] New York: New Directions, (1965). Softcover in stiff photo-illustrated wraps. INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR ON TITLE PAGE. 115 (3) pages. Stated second edition. Light wear, soiling to covers, tape stain front inner hinge, else very good overall condition. NOT EX-LIBRARY.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Signed by Author 1951. Near Fine in Near Fine, price-intact, dust jacket. INSCRIBED by Eberhart on front free endpaper, "This is Babs Mann's book at Wheaton College. November 1954. With sincerest good wishes from Richard Eberhart. " Babbs Mann neatly penned her name to front pasted endpaper, under the jacket flap. A clean, otherwise unmarked and firmly bound copy. Pages fine. Red-orange cloth hardcover, gilt lettered on spine, has slight shelf-rub along edges but is near fine. Dust jacket, British price intact on bottom of front flap, is clean with light edgewear (short closed tears). Jacket is moderately sunned along spine and edges. Sports delightful illustration of a woodchuck-the illustration repeated on title page. Jacket is in a clear archival protector. Binding tight, hinges intact, book nice and square. 5-1/2 x 8-7/8"; 86 pages.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" Tall. Signed by the Author A very good copy in very good d/w. that has darkened to the spine. A presentation copy from Eberhart to American poet John Malcolm Birinnin, "For John with best wishes Dick Cambridge Mass May 19 1951. A nice association copy. John Malcolm Brinnin (September 13, 1916 June 25, 1998) was an American poet and literary critic. Brinnin was born in Halifax Nova Scotia.
Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 8vo; 86 pages; Inscribed on front flyleaf: "Holley Spring in Hartford, 1959 All the Best, Dick" "Jewish Community Center reading May 3". ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS OFFERING is an autographed, typed postcard dated May 4 59 (a day later): "5 Webster Terrace Hanover NH May 4 59 Dear Holly: I phoned Charles this morning and took off for a pleasant drive up after a wonderful time with you. Thanks for making it so delightful. I regret that I put an 'e' in the inscription, please draw a line through it. Dikkon is better; B still regrets she could not come. It was a choice audience and place: here's to you! And to rewarding times in old Europe this summer, . Do come up here to see us in Washington next winter. And do come up here before the summer if you should have a chance to. Hello to Peter, yrs (signed) Dick". ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS OFFERING is a signed and inscribed broadside "Fishing for Snakes": "Holly on her father's day at Storrs, May 1965 Love from Dick" Dust jacket of Selected Poems is age toned and price-clipped but is NOTchipped. In clipping the price, the front fly was cut at the same angle, but no piece is missing. Endpapers are browned with offsetting from a NYT newspaper clipping, reviewing Eberhart's Collected Poems 1930-1960. Broadside is printed on white paper and illustrated in black. "This first printing has been issued by the Adams & Lowell Printers, in Harvard Yard. Drawing by Laurence Scott. March 1965". Broadside has been folded so that it could be inserted in the book of poems. It is browned at the fold. We are offering the 3 items only as a package. A letter of provenance will be sent to the buyer.; Signed by Author.
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