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|[Frost, Robert] Mertins, Louis||Robert Frost: Life and Talks-Walking|
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK, 1965
F First Edition. H Hard Cover. Used - Very Good Very Good No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" Tall Slight cocking to spine; slight rubbing to covers (cloth; chiefly at edges); slight stains to top edges; else a fairly clean copy internally. xiii, , 450 pages + plates. Concise decade-by-decade biographical study; notable for the appendix containing the early poem "La Noche Triste: Tinochtitlan" (from the Lawrence High School Bulletin, April, 1890). Includes bibliographical references and index....
|[Frost, Robert] Cox, Sidney||Robert Frost: Original "Ordinary Man"|
Publisher: Henry Holt, New York, 1929
First Edition. Used - Very Good. First Edition. One of 1000 copies (this being No. 818) SIGNED by the author Sidney Cox. About Fine in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Light offsetting to the title page from the frontispiece, lacking the tissue guard. Mild toning to the pages and spine panel. Jacket has toning and a small splash to the spine panel, with a few small chips and short closed tears at the extremities and an inch-long closed tear at the heel. An attractive copy. First Edition
|Royal Books, Inc, ABAA, ILAB|
|Frost, Robert||Robert Frost Reading. Dartmouth College Recordings|
Publisher: Department of Speech, Hanover, NH, 1951
record. Used - Fine/Like New Unplayed but apparently Fine. Two 12" long-playing microgroove needle record albums comprising four sides of Frost reading his poetry recorded on 27 November 1951. Enclosed in a green album cover that has room for a third record which may or may not have been issued with this set. Attached to the inside of the front cover is a handwritten note to someone named Bob advising that the records must be played from the center out (a similar statement is on each album...
|Charles Agvent, ABAA|