by Rodney Phillips, Susan Benesch, Kenneth Benson, and Barbara Bergeron. With essays by Dana Gioia
New York: Rizzoli, . Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Hardcover. First edition. "This unique poem celebrates poetry by providing a personal, intimate connection with the act of its creation. Based on an exhibition at the New York Public Library, this book draws the reader into the real world of the poet - ink spots, tobacco stains, and all - by presenting a wide range of working drafts, letters, diary entries, photographs, and memorabilia. One hundred writers from the seventeenth century to the present day are represented" (jacket). Illustrated. Quarter black paper with tan paper boards titled in white on the spine. In dark brown dust jacket titled in white on the spine and front panels. Clean and bright. 358 pages. BOB/101216. (Inventory #: 30495)
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