The Paris Review Vol. 7 No. 27 (Winter - Spring 1962). George Plimpton, Robert Bly, Denise Levertov, Philip Levine, Mary McCarthy, Elisabeth Niebuhr, Adrienne Rich, Bram van Velde.
The Paris Review Vol. 7 No. 27 (Winter - Spring 1962)
The Paris Review Vol. 7 No. 27 (Winter - Spring 1962)

The Paris Review Vol. 7 No. 27 (Winter - Spring 1962)

Paris, France: Sadruddin Aga Khan, 1962. First Printing. Softcover. This vintage number of the prestigious literary journal then-chiefly edited by George Plimpton features five poems by the canonical American poet Robert Bly; "Love Song" by Denise Levertov; "The Turning" by Philip Levine; an in-depth interview with Mary McCarthy during the time she was working on what would become her now-famous novel The Group, conducted by Elisabeth Niebuhr & preceded by facsimile of a McCarthy manuscript page; "End of an Era" by Adrienne Rich; & more distinguished poetry & prose. With portfolio of artworks by Bram van Velde, notes on contributors, contemporary ads etc. Trade-format softcover in sewn binding. A rare, exemplary issue in this most collectible series. In relatively very fine condition with only slight rubbing, browning & occasional spotting to front, back covers & spine; mild wear & a few tiny bumps, creases at edges & corners of same; small area of very shallow dimpling at mid-right edge of front cover echoing onto first few page leaves; lightest rubbing to edges of text block. Interior very fine with only dimpling noted above; tiny bumps, creases at corners of a few page leaves; very small hole with surrounding warpage & creases at mid-left surface of second page leaf (with ads) which appears to be a slight production flaw. Very Fine. [Item #3649]

Price: $30.00