Isshiki, Japan: Autumn Press, 1974. First Edition Softcover Original. Softcover. In 1976, during the height of the Second San Francisco Renaissance, mentor-participant Jack Hirschman alerted the group of friends & protégés he called “the Beatitude cadre” to a viscerally-relevant anticensorship human rights concern which struck at the heart of Beat literary ethics. This was the story of South Korean poet Kim Chi Ha, who was on trial for (yes, you.....[Item #3720]
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New York, NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1977. Uncorrected Proof. Wrappers. "Prussian Nights was written, or rather composed in Solzhenitsyn's head, while he was serving his sentence of forced labor. A poem, a verse narrative, it is not autobiography in any strict sense, but it is based on Solzhenitsyn's own war experience." (from Translator's Note, pg. 33) A poem by Alexander Solzhenitsyn (1918-2008), the towering Russian writer who was imprisoned.....[Item #4015]