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NEAR FINE in Near Fine Dustjacket. FIRST EDITION. SHARP CORNERS. Edited by Mark Ford. A small red dot, indicating remainder mark, to lower text edge. A thin fade line to upper edge of boards. Dustjacket near fine. Very mild shelfwear. Silver metallic lettering debossed to tan boards. Clean, bright, tight. 265 pp with short chronology and index. O'Hara (1926-1966) was the quintessential poet of mid-century Manhatten. Contemporaries included John Ashbery, Barbara Guest, Kenneth Kock, and James Schuyler. O'Hara's overall approach to poetry: "You just go on your nerve."
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