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1 Abbott (Keith) Dump Truck.

Monteray: Polygon, (1967). First edition. Oblong white wrappers, stapled. Some light soiling of front wrapper, a fine copy otherwise. Limited to 500 copies. A 32-page booklet of poems. 
Price: 35.00 CAD
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Downstream From Trout Fishing In America a memoir of Richard Brautigan .... a brief extract., Abbott (Keith) (Richard Brautigan)
2 Abbott (Keith) (Richard Brautigan) Downstream From Trout Fishing In America a memoir of Richard Brautigan .... a brief extract.
Warwickshire: Beat Scene Press, 1998. 
First edition of this extract from the 1989 memoir by Abbott. Square, stapled pink wrappers lettered in dark blue. Red end papers. Limited to 100 copies. Signed by Abbott on the title page. A 24-page booklet. Faint wear, a fine copy. A pencil not on the inner front cover (in the hand of Peter B Howard) states that this book was unauthorized, and that the author authorized magazine publication only. 
Price: 50.00 CAD
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Molly's Dog. A Story By Alice Adams., Adams (Alice)
3 Adams (Alice) Molly's Dog. A Story By Alice Adams.

Concord: William B. Ewert, 1983. First edition. Green cloth, brown cloth spine, printed paper label on front cover. Brown end papers. A fine copy. The entire edition was 100 copies; this is copy G of 26 lettered copies bound in cloth, signed by Adams. 
Price: 150.00 CAD
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Farewell To A Child., Aldiss (Brian W.)
4 Aldiss (Brian W.) Farewell To A Child.

Berkhamsted: Priapus Press, 1982. First edition. Blue wrappers, sewn. A fine copy. Of an edition of 350, this is one of 315 regular copies, not signed. A collection of poems. 
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5 Alvarez (Julia) How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents.

Chapel Hill: Algonquin Books, 1991. An advance copy of the first edition, buff wrappers, covers printed in green. "This presentation set of folded and gathered sheets .... has been prepared for the friends of Algonquin Books. A basically fine, clean copy. 
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Shadow Train., Ashbery (John)
6 Ashbery (John) Shadow Train.

Manchester: Carcanet New Press, (1982). First British edition. Brown boards, spine lettered in gilt. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket. A collection of 50 sixteen-line poems. The American edition appeared from Viking in 1981. 
Price: 45.00 CAD
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Some Trees., Ashbery (John)
7 Ashbery (John) Some Trees.

NY: Ecco Press, (1978). Originally published in 1956. Decorative wrappers. A couple of small dents, basically fine. Issued as Vol. 14 in The American Poetry Series. This copy inscribed and signed on the title page by Ashbery: "for Robert Dear / with my best / John Ashbery / June 21, 1978". 
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The Harvard Advocate. Winter, 1947. Vol. CXXXI, No. 4., Ashbery (John) et al.
8 Ashbery (John) et al. The Harvard Advocate. Winter, 1947. Vol. CXXXI, No. 4.

Cambridge, 1947. Pictorial wrappers, stapled. Splitting along the spine, but the covers are still attached. A bit of dust soiling to covers, light edge wear, a very good copy. This issue contains a poem by John Ashbery: Walz King. Also contributions by A.K. Lewis, Ruth Stone, others. Cover art by Cary Welch. 
Price: 75.00 CAD
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Autograph Letter, Signed. 1914., Bangs (John Kendrick)
9 Bangs (John Kendrick) Autograph Letter, Signed. 1914.

An ALS to the editor of the Boston Transcript, submitting "the enclosed observations on Old Home Week". The editor has pancilled a note at the bottom: "To be used soon. Regular rates." Dated Cape Neddick, Maine, July 4, 1914. Two old folds, a few creases, very good condition. About 40 words on a single sheet, 5.5 X 9 inches. 
Price: 90.00 CAD
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an evening for Verity Bargate., Bargate (Verity)
10 Bargate (Verity) an evening for Verity Bargate.

[London, 1981]. Pictorial wrappers. 16 pages, stapled. An illustrated booklet of remembrances by Verity Bargate's friends, also prints a program of the evening's events. The back cover is signed in a variety of colours by contributors, including Bob Hoskins, Ian McEwan, Paul Barber, Gilly Fraser, Alex Marshall, Kika Markham, Roy Battersby, many others. Fine condition. 
Price: 60.00 CAD
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11 Berry (Wendell) The Way of Ignorance and Other Essays. With Contributions by Daniel Kemmis and Courtney White.
[Washington]: Shoemaker & Hoard, (2005). First edition, advance uncorrected proof copy. 
Decorative wrappers lettered in red, green and black. 180pp. A couple of light creases, but fine. Uncorrected Bound Galley - Not For Sale. 
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Prose Ocean. Pictures by Chuck Miller., Blaisdell (Gus)
12 Blaisdell (Gus) Prose Ocean. Pictures by Chuck Miller.

[Berkeley?]: Bear Hug, 1975. First edition. Decorative stiff wrappers, very faint edge wear, a fine copy. Limited to 500 copies. This copy with an original drawing and inscription by Chuck Miller on the front flyleaf. Issued as Bear Hug Number One. 
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Three Aspects of Joy. Music by D. Wayne Johnson. Texts by Robert bly, Robert Creeley, Gwendolyn Brooks., Bly (Robert), Robert Creeley, Gwendolyn Brooks.
13 Bly (Robert), Robert Creeley, Gwendolyn Brooks. Three Aspects of Joy. Music by D. Wayne Johnson. Texts by Robert bly, Robert Creeley, Gwendolyn Brooks.

Geneseo: Leyerle, (1983). White printed wrappers. 16 pages. Slightly creased, about fine. Musical settings of three poems, one each by Bly, Creeley, and Brooks. 
Price: 45.00 CAD
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The Overland Journey of Joseph Francl the first Bohemian to cross the plains to the California gold fields. Introduction by Richard Brautigan. Illustrations by Patricia Oberhaus., Brautigan (Richard) -introduction. California History.
14 Brautigan (Richard) -introduction. California History. The Overland Journey of Joseph Francl the first Bohemian to cross the plains to the California gold fields. Introduction by Richard Brautigan. Illustrations by Patricia Oberhaus.

San Francisco: William P. Wreden, 1968. Brown illustrated boards, printed paper spine label. A fine copy in the plain, unlettered dust jacket, which shows faint wear. Title page printed in red & black, section headings printed in red. Limited to 540 copies. Brautigan contributes a 5-page introduction. 
Price: 90.00 CAD
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15 Brautigan (Richard); Allen (Beverly) My Days with Richard. By Beverly Allen.

Berkeley: Serendipity Books, 2002. First edition. Red wrappers. 9 X 12 inches, photographic illustrations. A fine copy. A memoir of Richard Brautigan by a woman who knew him briefly in 1968, and who posed for photographs which were used on the covers of a couple of his books. Designed by Alastair Johnston, printed at the Poltroon Press. 
Price: 45.00 CAD
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Three typescript poems, sent to Tom Clark in 1973., Brody (Jim)
16 Brody (Jim) Three typescript poems, sent to Tom Clark in 1973.

In the original envelope, postmarked 22 Jan 1973, addressed to Tom Clark in Bolinas, Ca.; "Brodey" written on the back of the envelope. Three poems on individual pages, twice folded, one signed in holograph, the other two with "Jim Brodey" typed. These have been reproduced by mimeograph or hectograph, and are very faded and difficult to read, but still legible. Brody and Clark were associated, co-editing The Bolinas Hit in 1969. Brodey died in 1993. 
Price: 100.00 CAD
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A Note on Gadshill, Our Setter., Bronson (Bertrand H.)
17 Bronson (Bertrand H.) A Note on Gadshill, Our Setter.

PMLA, 1930. Original gray wrappers lettered in black. 6 pages, stapled, pasted into wrappers. A short piece on Gadshill, a character from Shakespeare's Henry IV. Paginated from 749 -753, this is an offprint from PMLA (Publications of the Modern Language Association of America) Vol. XLV, No. 3. September, 1930. 
Price: 35.00 CAD
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Daisies Pied and Icicles, Bronson (Bertrand H.)
18 Bronson (Bertrand H.) Daisies Pied and Icicles

Modern Language Notes, January, 1948. A 4-page offprint, on two leaves, stapled. Twice folded, very good condition. Inscribed by Bronson in pencil on the first page, "For Albert, affectionately / B..;d." This short piece on Shakespeare's songs from Love's Labour's Lost appeared in Modern Language Notes, January, 1948, pages 35 - 38. This is evidently an offprint prepared for the author, as the first and last pages contain only the text of his piece, not any of the other text as it appeared in the periodical. From the Bronson collection distributed by Serendipity Books some years ago. 
Price: 45.00 CAD
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A Nativity., Broughton (James)
19 Broughton (James) A Nativity.

An illustrated card measuring 5 x 7 inches, containing a poem by Broughton and an announcement of his daughter's birth in November, 1963. Small yellow tape mark to the upper corner, otherwise fine. This appears to be a card sent out to announce the birth. The poem was later reprinted in a collection. 
Price: 45.00 CAD
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Sentimental Studies. Stories of Life and Love., Bruno (Guido)
20 Bruno (Guido) Sentimental Studies. Stories of Life and Love.

NY: Guido Bruno, 1920. First edition. Decorative boards designed in green, black and gold, printed paper label on front cover. Some tiny chips along spine and at tips, but a very nice copy of an extremely fragile book, the spine not cracked away as usual. This book is not often seen in boards, most copies that turn up are in wrappers. Short stories about Greenwich Village, by the 'Barnum of Bohemia'. 
Price: 90.00 CAD
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