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THE GEORGIA REVIEW

Vol. I, No. 1 (Spring, 1947) Some foxing & wear at overlapping edges of cover; else very good [56454] (show more)

Price: $25.00

Quarterly published in Athens by the University of Georgia. This issue two poems by Byron Herbert Reece

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REVUE DE LOUISIANA / LOUISIANA REVIEW

Vol. 1, No. 1 (Summer, 1972) Ex-library (minimal markings). Very good [9426] (show more)

Price: $15.00

Bilingual literary journal

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Brown Studies
(COSMOPOLITAN PRESS). Beeler, Mrs. E. F(lorence) A(shley)

New York: Cosmopolitan Press, 1911. 12mo. Brown cloth, stamped in gilt. 61 p. 1st ed SIGNED. Very good [42305] (show more)

Price: $30.00

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Uncle Remus Suggests Good Things for Little Folks' Meals
(HARRIS, Joel Chandler)

No place: Atlantic Coast Line, ca. 1930s. 5 1/2 x 4 in. Wraps. 8 p. Steple rusty; else very good [67834] (show more)

Price: $30.00

Menu designed for children travelling on the Atlantic Coast Line which is contains quotations and sketches from Harris' Uncle Remus stories which are "reproduced through the courtesy of D. Appleton & Company"

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The Forelopers: A Romance of Colonial Days
(NEALE PUBLISHING COMPANY). Phipps, I. N

New York: The Neale Publishing Company, 1912. 12mo. Cloth. 234 p. 1st ed. Krick 387 About fine [42482] (show more)

Price: $45.00

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My Own New England: Tales of Vanishing Types
(NEALE PUBLISHING COMPANY). Rodick, Burleigh Cushing

New York: Walter Neale, 1929. 8vo. Cloth. 222 p. 1st ed. Krick 422 Name on paste-down, a bit of wear at extremities, spine lightly sunned; else very good [42502] (show more)

Price: $27.50

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Plato Paved the Way
(NEALE PUBLISHING COMPANY). Starkey, Helen

Frontis. by Hermann Heyer. New York: Neale Publishing Company, 1913. 12mo. Red cloth, stamped in gilt. 141 p. 1st ed. Krick 476 Spine a bit dull; else about fine [42509] (show more)

Price: $45.00

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The Law and the Letter: A Story of the Province of Louisiana
(NEALE PUBLISHING COMPANY). Winn, Mary Polk and Margaret Hannis

New York & Washington: The Neale Publishing Company, 1907. 12mo. Green cloth, stamped in red & gilt. T.e.g. 184 p. 1st ed. Krick 559 A bit of cover wear, spine leaning slightly; else very good [42541] (show more)

Price: $45.00

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Jesse: The Biography of an American Writer, Jesse Hilton Stuart
(STUART, Jesse Hilton)

By H. Edward Richardson. Nekw York: McGaw-Hill, (1984). 8vo. Cloth-backed boards. xix, 548 p. 1st ed INSCRIBED & SIGNED. Fine in d.w [42499] (show more)

Price: $22.50

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Dear Robert Emmet: A Biography
(WOOD, Clement)

New York: Vanguard Press, (1932). viii, 278 p. 1st American ed Very good in d. w [22749] (show more)

Price: $45.00

Clement Wood's copy, with his pencilled annotations

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"'The Eagle Sonnets' by Clement Wood Reviewed by Ronald Jump"
(WOOD, Clement)

In "The Open Road". Vol. XLIII, No. 5-6 (May-June, 1943) Very good [24943] (show more)

Price: $12.50

Wood is listed as a contributing editor

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"Kansas City Poetry Magazine"
(WOOD, Clement)

Vol. 3, No. 1 (October, 1942) Some wear; else very good [42209] (show more)

Price: $25.00

This was Clement Wood's copy, is addressed to him on the rear cover and has some of his pencilled marginalia. This issue contains an advertisement from Wood which reads: "YOUR POEMS SHOULD SELL. Wartime demands all-out efficiency. Let me show you how to turn poetry and verse from a liability to a means of revenue. For 25 years, I have taught poets, versifiers, song-writers, how to perfect their verse and get the fullest returns from them, including my work as instructor in Versification at New York University. Most of my work with private pupils, who range from beginners to Pulitzer Prize winners, is done by correspondence...Why neglect longer the many profits from versification? Write today; you are unfair to yourself to delay longer. Send $1 for trial criticism of 1 poem. Clement Wood, Bozenkill, Delanson, N.Y"

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Interchange Fortnightly
(WOOD, Clement)

Vol. I, No. 1 (May 31, 1940), Vol. I, No. 2 (June 14, 1940), Vol. I, No. 3 (June 28, 1940), Vol. I, No. 4 (July 12, 1940) Very good [42547] (show more)

Price: $75.00

First four issues of this little magazine edited in Pomona, California by Halley Stewart. Clement Wood was on the editorial board. He conducted a column entitled "On Poetry & Verse" in each issue. A brief communication from Gloria Goddard is included in the first issue

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Interchange Fortnightly
(WOOD, Clement)

Vol. I, No. 1 (May 31, 1940) Darkened around the edges of the cover; else very good [42548] (show more)

Price: $22.50

First issue of this little magazine edited in Pomona, California by Halley Stewart. Clement Wood was on the editorial board. He conducted a column entitled "On Poetry & Verse" in this issue. A brief communication from Gloria Goddard is included

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"Clement Wood for Brotherhood! (The Eagle Sonnets by Clement Wood, Horizon House, New York, $1.50)"
(WOOD, Clement)

In "The Kapustkan: An American Journal of Dynamic Democracy". Vol. 4, No. 9 (1944) Cover wear, stapled rusty; else very good [42570] (show more)

Price: $25.00

Mimeographed little magazine issued in Chicago by Bruce & Stan Lee Kapustka. Contains this enthusiastic anonymously-written (by one or both of the Kapustkans?) review of Wood's poetry volume. Wood is compared with Shelley, Ovid, Homer & Shakespeare. It is said that a "million years hence (or a billion), however and whatever we be, if naught else remains, the Eagle Sonnets will... An eagle soaring in the Einsteinian ether, towering over time, sweeping over space, with astronomic artistry, in the stratosphere of the spirit, Clement Wood surveys the dusty destiny 'of the drifting mote called man'... His words will wipe off the warts of the world. His song will sweep the dust off the sun. Wood provides the fuel for numb nights in the winter of the world"

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And in the Human Heart
AIKEN, Conrad

New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, (1940). 87 p. 1st ed Fine in d.w [10738] (show more)

Price: $50.00

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The Soldier: A Poem
AIKEN, Conrad

Norfolk, Conn.: New Directions, (1944). Boards. 32 p. 1st ed Small name sticker on endpaper; else fine in near fine d.w. with a short tear at base of spine [10740] (show more)

Price: $30.00

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Thee: A Poem
AIKEN, Conrad

Drawings by Leonard Baskin. New York: George Braziller, (1967). Boards. Not paginated. 1st ed Fine in price clipped d.w [10741] (show more)

Price: $15.00

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A Little Who's Zoo of Mild Animals
AIKEN, Conrad

Illus. by John Vernon Lord. New York: Atheneum, 1977. 1st American ed Fine in price clipped d.w [10742] (show more)

Price: $22.50

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Ushant
AIKEN, Conrad

New York & Boston: Duell, Sloan & Pearce/Little, Brown, (1952). 1st ed Fine in near fine d.w [1521] (show more)

Price: $22.50

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