Description:8" x 5". 84pp. Original printed wrappers. Spine faded, a bit of...8" x 5". 84pp. Original printed wrappers. Spine faded, a bit of mild soiling, overall a very nice vg+ copy. First edition of the author's first book of poems.
Description:Very close to fine bright illustrated wraps with strong spine....Very close to fine bright illustrated wraps with strong spine. Lightly sun streaked with crisp text throughout. Quite attractive and the poet's first book of poems.
Description:Good. 12mo. 84 pp. Some wear and soil to wraps, spine sunned and...Good. 12mo. 84 pp. Some wear and soil to wraps, spine sunned and faded, light soil to page edges, interior tight and clean. Indiana University Poetry Series, No. 20.
Description:Good in Good+ jacket. Signed. First Edition. First edition....Good in Good+ jacket. Signed. First Edition. First edition. Inscribed by the author to the poet John Haag. Black cloth, spine stamped in red. Some sint foxing to edges and interior, else a clean, tight copy in the original dust jacket (light edge wear, spine panel sunned).
Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book Black cloth, red titles....Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book Black cloth, red titles. Very good with edge spotting, a few pages damp-warped. DJ also very good with sunning to spine, several short tears / repaired tears, minor soil. 84 pp.
Edition: First edition, clothbound issue of author's first book
Publisher: Indiana University Press,
Description:A fine copy in very good dust jacket; jacket spine is quite...A fine copy in very good dust jacket; jacket spine is quite faded, front panel has short creased tear and small chip, else quite fresh and bright. KIZER, Carolyn. THE UNGRATEFUL GARDEN [Poems]. [issued as No. 20 in the Indiana University Poetry Series]. Small octavo, black cloth, pp. 84, . Carolyn Kizer was the founder, and editor, of 'Poetry Northwest. ' She won the Pulitzer Prize in 1985 (for her book 'Yin').
Edition: First Printing of the First US Paperback Edition
Publisher: Indiana University Press,
Description:A Near Fine tight copy in paperback binding with sunning to the...A Near Fine tight copy in paperback binding with sunning to the spine. Carolyn Kizer reaches into mythology in many of her poems as well as politics, into feminism, into science, the natural world, music, and translations and commentaries on Japanese and Chinese literatures. This is the Spokane, Washington native's first major collection of poetry. She is the winner of the 1984 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry and the founder of the literary magazine Poetry Northwest.
Description:Very Good. No Jacket. Book. Signed by Author(s) Clear text and...Very Good. No Jacket. Book. Signed by Author(s) Clear text and tight binding. Presentation copy with author's signature on free endpaper. Spine rubbed; sunned to tan while rest of cover remains pink. Light foxing on textbox edges & both early & late, otherwise, clean, sharp pages throughout.
Description:First edition. Faint offsetting on front fly, still fine in a...First edition. Faint offsetting on front fly, still fine in a near fine dustwrapper with spine faded. This is No. 20 in the "Indiana University Poetry Series."
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