THE EYES DON'T ALWAYS WANT TO STAY OPEN: Poems and a Japanese Tale
by LOPATE, Phillip
New York: Sun, (1972). First Edition. Wraps. Very good. 8vo. Publisher's green and purple wraps. Briefly INSCRIBED by Lopate at preliminary. Sunning at edges and spine. Spine creased and splitting at lower end. Mild wear at corners. Interior bright and clean. Very good. 54pp.
Published in an edition of 500. Lopate's first book of verse, with a warm inscription. (Inventory #: 17671)
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