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1 Housman, A. E. More Poems
This slender volume contains the final selection of A. E. Housmann's poems published by his permission, not by his wish. His instructions, allowing them to appear, while committing other material to a less fortunate fate, were "I direct my brother, Laurence Housmann, to destroy all my prose manuscripts in whatever language, and I permit him but do not enjoin him to select from my verse manuscript writing, and to publish, any poems which appear to him to be completed and. . . Not inferior to the average of my published poems. . . . ". All poems but for one had not be previously published by 1936. The last poem in the collection, For My Funeral, was the last of the dated poems found. The table of contents identifies each of the poems by the first line; very few have titles. Included is a photocopy of one of his poems, some alternative readings, and dated poems. Printed on heavy stock, the subjects lean toward nature, life, love, and death. Included is a frontispiece drawn by Francis Todd. The deep blue cloth binding has gold decoration and lettering on the front and spine. Has a small silver sticker on the inside back board from Traver's Book Store, Trenton, NJ.; 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall
Alfred A. Knopf
New York, NY, 1936, First Edition
Fine with no dust jacket

Price: 9.66 USD
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2 Yolen, Jane; Stemple, Adam (Original Music and Arrangements by) Hark! A Christmas Sampler - Signed
039921853X / 9780399218538; SIGNED BY THE ILLUSTRATOR - This beautifully-illustrated book is for all ages (a read-aloud for the younger set) . It begins with the origin of this holy day and includes the Jewish celebration of Chanukah. Did you know that Christmas was not proclaimed a legal holiday until 1836? This book is packed with stories, poems, legends and songs with music to play and sing during these holidays. Includes one bible passage, 17 carols, one play, six informational pieces (such as a Brief History of Christmas) , nine stories and 13 poems. The corners and spine ends are lightly bumped. The illustrator signed the half title page. A nice, solid book. ; 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall; Signed by Illustrator(s)
G. P. Putnam's Sons
New York, NY, 1991, First Edition
Hardcover, Pictorial
Near Fine with no dust jacket

Illustrated by Depaola, Tomie; Signed by Illustrator
Price: 18.40 USD
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