Very good. 1st edition. Very Good HC in Good-DJ. Green cloth over boards, gilt titles. Clean, unworn covers and spine; dusty textblock top edge; owner book plate on front pastedown; owner inscription on front free end paper; tightly bound; clean interior. DJ is scuffed; chipped along edges. 8vo, 277 pp; illustrated.
Very good. No dust jacket. 277 p. Includes illustrations. Green cloth-covered boards with gold titles. Combining memoir, essay, poetry and pen & ink drawings, the author describes his New England. At publication, he was George Elliston Professor of Poetry, University of Cincinnati.
8 vo 277 pp Charming pen and ink illustrations by author, green cloth-backed boards. Few light spots cover, few words on three pages underlined, rest very good; dust jacket ragged edge, closed tear/crease top spine, very good-.
Coffin, Robert P. Tristram., Bobbs Merrill Co., Inc., nd, c1951, cloth, slight foxing o/w vg w/slightly chipped dj, 277 pps, B & W illus. by the author, 8 1/2' x 6', '...a poet and a Maine man'. $15.00. Coffin, Robert P. Tristram.
Coffin, Robert P. Tristram., Bobbs-Merrill Co., nd, c1951, cloth, vg w/slightly chipped dj, 277 pp, B & W illus. by the author, 8vo, "...a unique combination of literary criticism, poetic anthology, autobiography, and artistry" Coffin, Robert P. Tristram.
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