Buffalo, NY: White Pine Press, 2004. First Edition. Softcover. Signed by co-translator Thomas Rain Crowe. "10,000 Dawns is an extremely rare and touching book that documents two poets of equal artistry writing poems to each other with deep intimacy and serious play of language for that which is often beyond words. Deeply translated by Thomas Rain Crowe and Nan Watkins, this illuminating correspondence is as essential a work of hard-core.....[Item #3909]
TMB HOLIDAY SALE, PT. 1 || The Excessively Gift-able
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New York, NY: The Century Co., 1895; 1898. Early Edition; First American Edition. Hardcovers. The classic novel-in-stories & its sequel by Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), the canonical British author & journalist. While Kipling may not be favored by our current, intolerantly "liberal" literary establishment for his indeed pronounced advocacy of colonial imperialism & what is now viewed as the appropriation of native cultures, his writings, with their quality & adventurous excitement.....[Item #4276]
New York, NY: Grove Press, Inc., 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. "The Olympia Press was founded in Paris in the spring of 1953 by Maurice Girodias, "conceived," he writes, "as a desperate move on my part to escape complete social and economic annihilation."...From the beginning it was unique among publishing houses. Located in Paris, it published in English. Its authors included some of the greatest of the past and the present.....[Item #3424]
New York, NY: Harper & Brothers, 1909. First Edition. Hardcover. Subtitled "From My Autobiography," this is a very late, short nonfictional work in the oeuvre of Samuel Langhorne Clemens a/k/a Mark Twain, the canonical American humorist & author. In this volume, Twain weighs in on the controversy as to the authorship of the immortal dramatic works attributed to William Shakespeare. Twain concludes that it was Shakespeare's contemporary Francis Bacon who.....[Item #4458]