[Item #5799] i.e.: The Cambridge Review Vol. 1, No. 3 (Spring 1955). Angus Leo Ferrero Raditsa, Angus Steward Fletcher, John Armstrong, Stephen Booth, Gregory Corso, Paul Goodman, Allen Grossman, Peter Heliczer, Herbert Marcuse, Phyllis Smith, Simone Weil.
i.e.: The Cambridge Review Vol. 1, No. 3 (Spring 1955)
i.e.: The Cambridge Review Vol. 1, No. 3 (Spring 1955)
i.e.: The Cambridge Review Vol. 1, No. 3 (Spring 1955)

i.e.: The Cambridge Review Vol. 1, No. 3 (Spring 1955)

Cambridge, MA: Cambridge Review, 1955. First Edition. Softcover. “A night, a night I passed within the woods,/And heard the midges making apple carcass,/And saw the fireflies die in spider traps/Until you came. And when we rose together,/Baptismal was the dew.”--Peter Heliczer, “Dawn”, pg. 126. The illustrious “Cambridge Review” has materialized out of the wild to grace Third Mind Books! Volume one, number three of one of the literary arms of the Cambridge Review, “i.e.”, comes to us bursting with intellectual goodies. Replete with poems from Beat poet titan Gregory Corso (1930-2001); essays from Frankfurt School social critic and political theorist Herbert Marcuse (1898-1979); short fiction from American writer and social critic Paul Goodman (1911-1972); and more poetry from Phillis Smith. Myriad works of outstanding quality, both in form and content, litter the pages of this volume and ultimately offer themselves to the annals of literary history as well as any reader lucky enough to happen upon them. Softcover. First & Only edition. Book is in fine condition with moderate wear to fine edges, light staining/yellowing to pages, and some minor bends/scratches to front and back covers. Fine. [Item #5799]

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