Very Good. Metcalf, Paul. Apalache. Berkeley, California: Turtle Island Foundation, 1976. First edition. 178pp. Bibliography. 8vo. Hardcover with monotone illustration on covers. Book condition: Very good, with very light bumping to spine ends. Dust Jacket Condition: Near fine. In clear dust jacket protector..
Very good + in very good jacket. 178pp. Octavo [22.5cm]; yellow illustrated boards with black text on spine. From Metcalf's Wikipedia Page: Apalache is a collage of texts taken from early American journals, exploration narratives, and newspaper articles that Metcalf uses to reconstruct American history in epic scope and form. Like William Carlos Williams before him, Metcalf freely mixes verse and prose.
Near Fine. Dust Jacket Included. Berkeley: University of California Press. 1976. Turtle Island Foundation. First edition. 178 pages. Illustrations. Cloth. Near fine in very good dust jacket in a mylar protector.
Fair. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Author. 178 pp. The spine covering is split at the gutters along its lower 1/2. The fore-corners of the covers are scuffed. The binding is tight and square. Signed and date by the author, with a presentation inscription, on the front free endpaper.
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