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Paths of Glory
First Edition 

Paths of Glory

by COBB, Humphrey

N. Y. : Viking Press , 1935 (click for more details)
Firstborn
First Edition 

Firstborn

by GLUCK, Louise

(N. Y.) : New American Library , (1968) (click for more details)
Fugitives. An Anthology of Verse
First Edition 

Fugitives. An Anthology of Verse

by WARREN, Robert Penn, Allen TATE, & John Crowe RANSOM

N. Y. : Harcourt Brace & Co , (1928) (click for more details)
The Sonnets
First Edition 

The Sonnets

by BERRIGAN, Ted & Ed SANDERS

N. Y. : Lorenz & Ellen Gude , 1964 (click for more details)
Set. Edited & published by Gerrit Lansing
First Edition 

Set. Edited & published by Gerrit Lansing

by (DUNCAN, Robert)

Gloucester, MA : Gerrit Lansing , 1961 (click for more details)

Recent Catalogs

Rare Books, Manuscripts, Literary Art - December 2015 We are pleased to announce our new catalogue of Rare Books, Manuscripts and Literary Art, which includes original manuscripts by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and G. K. Chesterton; inscribed books by Nathaniel Hawthorne; original art by Morris Cox of the Gogmagog Press; archives and letters by John Cheever and David Markson; comprehensive collections of works by Phillip Levine and Gore Vidal; and first editions by James Agee, John Ashbery, Samuel Beckett, Walter Benjamin, Elizabeth Bishop, Kate Chopin, Cyril Connolly, Miguel Covarrubias, William Everson, Allen Ginsberg, Seamus Heaney, Ted Hughes, James Joyce, Primo Levi, Robert McAlmon, Thomas Mann, Herman Melville, Paul Muldoon, Robert Musil, George Orwell, Fernando Pessoa, Ezra Pound, James Schuyler, Gertrude Stein, Wallace Stevens, Walt Whitman, William Wordsworth and W. B. Yeats, many of them signed or inscribed.

Recent Catalogs

Modern American Poetry An illustrated 108-page catalogue devoted to rare and important works of Twentieth Century American poetry, 331 items, including first editions, mostly signed and inscribed, association copies, original letters, photographs, as well as significant collections of the works of John Ashbery, James Merrill, Philip Levine and Wallace Stevens.