Good. 1 Pages crisp, bright, and clean; binding square and secure. The soft cover has some age-toning and a little light wear at the corners and spine ends, a black mark at the bottom front obscuring the original price, a gray smudge at the bottom front corner, and fading of the title text at the spine, but remains overall sound.
Very Good. Simultaeous publication in soft and hard cover. Octavo, 8" tall, 63 pages, stiff illustrated wraps. A very good, clean sturdy soft cover first edition with light exterior shelf wear binding tight, paper cream white.
Fine in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 63pp. Yale Series of Younger Poets Vol. 60. Dust jacket has small piece missing from back top edge. This copy is from the library of J.F. Powers, who won the 1963 National Book Award for his novel "Morte D'Urban" and whose later novel, "Wheat that Springeth Green", was a finalist for the same award in 1988. It is signed by his daughter Katherine, and dated July, 1999, when she became executor of his estate. J.F. Powers and Peter Davison were friends and they corresponded for a time.
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