Used Books: May 18, 2018

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Alcools by Apollinaire [French-language text] ($9.50 pb, near fine, Gallimard, 1990)

Collected Poems by W. H. Auden, edited by E. Mendelson ($16.50 hc, very good+, Random House, 1976)

Entries by Wendell Berry ($17.50 hc, first, very good, Pantheon, 1994)

Farming: A Handbook by Wendell Berry ($22.50 pb, very good+, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1970)

Selected Poems 1923–1967 by Jorge Luis Borges ($13.50 pb, Dell Publishing, [3rd printing] 1970)

Testament for My Students & Other Poems by Kay Boyle ($8.50 pb, first, very good, Doubleday, 1970)

The Complete Poems of Emily Jane Brontë edited C. W. Hatfield ($14.50 pb, Columbia, 1995)

Westward by Amy Clampitt ($7.50 pb, Knopf, [3rd printing] 1992)

La Divina Commedia di Dante Alighieri edited & annotated by C. H. Grandgent ($8.50 hc, Italian text w/English annotations, no d.j., notes & underlining throughout, D.C. Heath & Co, 1933)

La Divina Commedia: Inferno di Dante Alighieri, commentato da Fausto Montanari [Italian-language text] ($12.50 pb, very good, La Scuola, [revised edition] 1961)

La Divina Commedia: Purgatorio di Dante Alighieri col commento Scartazziniano rifatto da Giuseppe Vandelli [Italian-language text] ($22.50 pb, clean interior, very good, Ulrico Hoepli, 1962)

Late Fire, Late Snow: New & Uncollected Poems by Robert Francis ($11.50 pb, first, near fine, Massachusetts, 1992)

North of Boston by Robert Frost, with woodcuts by J. J. Lankes ($8.50 hc, ex-lib, Dodd Mead & Company, 1977)

Cotton Candy on a Rainy Day by Nikki Giovanni ($8.50 pb, clean & tight, Quill, [9th printing] 1980)

The Collected Poems of Beatrice Hawley, edited & with an introduction by Denise Levertov ($14.50 pb, first, very good, Zoland, 1989)

Bright Existence by Brenda Hillman ($12.50 pb, signed, Wesleyan, 1993)

The Woman at the Washington Zoo: Poems & Translations by Randall Jarrell ($27.50 hc, first, gift inscription to ffep, otherwise clean, wear & chipping to d.j., good+, Atheneum, 1960)

Viper Rum by Mary Karr ($15 hc, first, sunning to d.j. spine, very good+, New Directions, 1998)

Constance by Jane Kenyon ($9.50 pb, Graywolf, 1993)

A Hundred White Daffodils: Essays, Interviews, The Akhmatova Translations, Newspaper Columns, and One Poem by Jane Kenyon ($11.50 pb, first, Graywolf, 2000)

Let Evening Come by Jane Kenyon ($8.50 pb, Graywolf, 1990)

Otherwise: New & Selected Poems by Jane Kenyon ($14.50 hc, first, Graywolf, 1996)

Departmental Ditties & Barrack-Room Ballads by Rudyard Kipling ($16.50 hc, first, no d.j., clean interior, Doubleday, Page & Co., 1913)

Wild Oats & Fireweed: New Poems by Ursula K. Le Guin ($14.50 pb, first, Harper & Row, 1988)

Life in the Forest by Denise Levertov ($7.50 pb, New Directions, 1978)

Oblique Prayers: New Poems with 14 Translations from Jean Joubert by Denise Levertov ($7.50 pb, New Directions, 1984)

To Stay Alive by Denise Levertov ($9.50 pb, New Directions, 1971)

With Eyes at the Back of Our Heads by Denise Levertov ($9.50 pb, New Directions, 1959)

The Bread of Time: Toward an Autobiography by Philip Levine ($14.50 hc, first edition/second printing, Knopf, 1995)

The Marvelous Arithmetics of Distance: Poems 1987–1992 by Audre Lorde ($16.50 hc, first, near fine, Norton, 1993)

Sword Blades & Poppy Seed by Amy Lowell ($16.50 hc, no d.j., clean throughout, Macmillan, [4th printing] 1919)

The Vision of Sir Launfal by James Russell Lowell & “The Holy Grail” from The Idyls of the Kings by Alfred, Lord Tennyson ($12.50 pb, creasing, chipping, spine fraying, previous owner to false title, but clean and legible interior, Ainsworth & Company, 1899)

The Dolphin by Robert Lowell ($8.50 pb, very good+, Noonday/FSG, [second printing] 1974)

Mallarmé edited & with plain prose translations by Anthony Hartley ($7.50 pb, bilingual, first, 1″ horizontal tear to front cover, clean interior, Penguin, 1965)

Osip Mandelstam: Selected Poems translated by Clarence Brown & W. S. Merwin ($22.50 hc, first, Atheneum, 1973)

Osip Mandelstam: Selected Poems translated by David McDuff ($13.50 pb, bilingual, sunning to back cover, clean & tight copy, very good, Noonday/FSG, [revised second printing] 1975)

Wild Bouquet: Nature Poems by Harry Martinson, translated & introduced by W. J. Smith & L. Sjoberg ($35 hc, BkMk, 1985)

Selected Poems by George Meredith ($12.50 hc, first thus, no d.j., bookplate to inside front cover & previous owner to ffep, aging/yellowing to paper but clean interior, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1897)

Second April & The Buck in the Snow by Edna St. Vincent Millay ($9.50 hc, first, no d.j., discoloration to spine & sunning to front & back boards, clean interior, Harper & Brothers, 1950)

The Buck in the Snow & Other Poems by Edna St. Vincent Millay ($6.50 hc, previous owner to ffep, no d.j., clean interior, wrap torn along one length of spine but attached, Harper & Brothers, [7th printing] 1928)

American Primitive by Mary Oliver ($45 pb, signed, Atlantic-Little, Brown & Co., 1983)

Swan: Poems & Prose Poems by Mary Oliver ($14.50 hc, first, Beacon, 2010)

West Wind: Poems & Prose Poems by Mary Oliver ($9.50 pb, Mariner, 1997)

Why I Wake Early: New Poems by Mary Oliver ($25 hc, first, Beacon, 2004)

Why Poetry Matters by Jay Parini ($8.50 pb, Yale, 2008)

Alexander Pope: Selected Works edited by Louis Kronenberger ($7.50 hc, poor d.j., clean interior, Modern Library, 1951)

What We Don’t Know About Each Other by Lawrence Raab ($12 pb, O/P, first, Penguin, 1993)

Dancing with the Doe: New & Selected Poems 1986–1991 by Margaret Randall ($11.50 pb, first, inscribed, West End, 1992)

The Dangerous World: New & Selected 1934–1994 by Naomi Replansky ($13.50 pb, Another Chicago Press, 1994)

Breaking Open by Muriel Rukeyser ($12.50 pb, first, stain to false title, very slight water damage to top back corner of cover & last 1/4 of book, clean interior, Random House, 1973)

The Gates by Muriel Rukeyser ($65 pb, inscribed first, McGraw-Hill, 1974)

Waterlily Fire: Poems 1935–1962 by Muriel Rukeyser ($30 hc, first, previous owner to ffep, otherwise clean interior, some sunning to d.j., very good, Macmillan, 1962)

A Daughter’s Geography by Ntozake Shange ($12.50 hc, first, official ex-lib, otherwise clean interior, St. Martin’s, 1983)

My Name Is William Tell by William Stafford ($11.50 pb, first, very good, Confluence Press, 1992)

An Oregon Message by William Stafford ($9.50 pb, first, dog-eared throughout but clean interior, Harper Perennial, 1987)

Passwords by William Stafford ($11.50 pb, first, near fine, Harper, 1991)

Segues: A Correspondence in Poetry by William Stafford & Marvin Bell ($11.50 pb, first, very good, David R. Godine, 1983)

Sáanii Dahataał, the Women Are Singing: Poems & Stories by Luci Tapahonso ($8.50 pb, first, University of Arizona, 1993)

Dark of the Moon by Sara Teasdale ($12.50 hc, first, no d.j., Macmillan, 1926)

Love Songs by Sara Teasdale ($12.50 hc, first, no d.j., Macmillan, 1917)

Flame & Shadow by Sara Teasdale ($12.50 hc, first, no d.j., Macmillan, 1925)

In the Inmost Hour of the Soul: Selected Poems by Marina Tsvetayeva, translated by Nina Kossman ($37.50 hc, Humana, 1989)

The Arkansas Testament by Derek Walcott ($13.50 pb, Noonday, [3rd printing] 1993)

The Star-Apple Kingdom by Derek Walcott ($28.50 pb, first US printing, very good, FSG, 1979)

Home & Away by Rachel Wetzsteon ($8.50 pb, Penguin, 1998)

The Poems & Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde: Complete in One Volume ($11.50 hc, several short tears & chipping to d.j., clean interior throughout, Modern Library, 1942)

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Armadillo edited by John Weber & associate editors Jon Moody & Richardson Wood, with cover by Kenneth Patchen; features Diane Wakoski, W. H. Auden, Charles Simic, Padraic Colum, W. S. Merwin, Theodore Enslin, Denise Levertov, Ted Berrigan, Margaret Atwood, James Tate, and others ($25 pb, Periplus, 1970)