Author:Sandburg, Carl

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Early Moon

By: Sandburg, Carl

Price: $9.20

Publisher: New York, Harcourt Brace & Company: 1939

Seller ID: 004539

Condition: Good with no dust jacket


This slim volume of poetry by Carl Sandburg is a compilation of poems previously printed under other names. The topics include Children, Wind and Sea, Portraits, Birds and Bugs, Night, and End Thoughts. Each poem has a black & white illustration. Many of the poems take place in Illinois and Chicago in particular. These are listed in the acknowledgment. The binding is a deep blue which has darkened at the spine and the area around the spine where one would hold a book. The front has a silver quarter moon with corn hanging off of it. The silver lettering on the spine is lightened but legible. Th... View more info

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Ever the Winds of Chance

By: Sandburg, Carl

Price: $12.88

Publisher: Chicago, IL, University Of Illinois Press: 1983

Seller ID: 004240

ISBN: 0252010892

Condition: Fine in As New dust jacket


With an introduction by Margaret Sandburg (daughter) and George Hendrick, this is a fascinating memoir summoning the past of joy and pain with extraordinary vividness and particularity. This is a sequel to Always the Young Strangers (1953) , and was left unfinished at Sandburg's death. It chronicles his college years and early adulthood, a restless decade - but also includes life between school years and after college, working briefly as a fireman, salesman, copywriter, budding poet and socialist. The jacket is in a protective cover, and the brown cloth binding has gold lettering. Former owner... View more info