Published by the author, nd. [40 photocopied pages], two illustrations. 22 cm. Stapled card with image of Micheline on the front cover and back cover; brief biography and quotes from Jack Kerouac, Charles Bukowski and Allen Ginsberg praising Micheline's work on the back cover. Inscribed and signed by Micheline on the verso of the front cover, dated August 12, 1993. With a photocopy of "A Guy Named Ed Balckowsky and a Guy Named Franz Kline, folded and and laid in. Jack Kerouac wrote the introduction to Micheline's first book, River of Red Wine (1957), which was reviewed favorably by Dorothy Parker in Esquire. Micheline is the author of five books and one play.
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New York: Albondocani Press, 1969. [12p]. 19.5cm. In an edition of 300 copies, of which 275 are for sale, this is copy 174/300. In fine condition. [Abbott: A 34].
London: Stevens Brothers, 1869. 63p. 17cm. First edition. Bound in beveled green cloth with titling in gilt on the front cover. Presentation copy from the publisher. Author's name in pencil on the title page, slightly rubbed, slightly soiled. In very good condition.
Rushden, Northamptonshire: Sceptre Press, 1973. [4p]. 20cm. Folded leaf. In a limited edition of 150 numbered copies, this is copy 134/150. In fine condition.
New York: Leavitt & Allen, 185? Frontispiece, engraved tile page, [131p], illustrations (engravings, embossed foil, colorful floras). 21cm. 21 manuscript entries. Elaborate blind stamped covers with circular gilt roll surrounding the title in gilt; spine in gilt; all edges gilt. The friendship album belonging to Sallie H. Black of Baltimore. The first entry is dated 1858 with her mother's gift inscrpription while other entries date from the early 1860s. Corners rubbed, spine ends worn; front hinge is weak. The front cover is bright and the album is in very good condition.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1928. 31p. 21cm. Stapled self wrappers. Covers faded; top edge chipped. In very good condition.
Riverside, CT: Hillacre Bookhouse, 1915. 108p. 21cm. First edition. Paper boards with gilt titling on the front cover. Backstrip chipped away; covers darkened at edges, warped. A fair copy. Giovannitti was a poet, labor writer, orator and labor organizer. He joined the Industrial Workers of the World in 1900 and was one of the leaders of the Lawrence (Massachusetts) textile mill strike in 1912. The strike, marked by planting dynamite -- at first blamed on :Wbblies" but later traced to mill owners -- did much to discredit violent tactics used by management in the early years of the American labor movement. During the strike a woman was fatally shot. Giovannitti and another strike leader were arrested and charged with being accessories to murder. Although later acquitted, during his imprisonment Giovannitti was inspired by the constant pacing of a fellow prison in the cell directly above his -- and his best known poem, "The Walker," was written.
New York: C.S. Francis & Co., 1857. 366p, [2p ads]. 19cm. First American edition. Stamped brown cloth with titling in gilt on the spine. Wear to spine ends, slightly rubbed ; cocked. In good condition.
Brackley, Nothants: Smart & Co, nd. [8p]. 21cm. Stapled green card. Edges faded. In very good condition.
New York: E. P. Dutton., Inc., 1938. Frontispiece, 124p , illustrations. 24 cm. Black cloth back and blue paper covers with titling in gilt on the spine. Wear to the spine ends; flecking of the covers, corners rubbed, two bumped. In good condition.
London: James Burns, . Frontispiece, illustrated title page, 242p, glossary. 17 cm. Publisher's stamped decorative gilt leather covers; spine in gilt; all edges gilt. Corners rubbed, minor wear to the head of the spine; prior owner's neat signature on the front cover pastedown; occasional foxing. In very good condition.
London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1892. Engraved title page, , frontis, second title page, xiii, , 89p, illustrations, plates. 26m. Brown cloth with paper title label on the spine. In an edition of 450 copies, with 250 copies for England and 200 copies for America, this is copy 419 of 450 copies. Spine label rubbed, minor wear to the spine ends, bottom corners skinned, slightly bumped. In very good condition.
New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1947. 55p. 21cm. First edition. Green cloth. Faded, very slight stain along the joint cloth of the front cover; half title page torn at the fore edge. In very good condition.
Detroit: Broadside Press, 1972. 30p. 22cm. Stapled card. Slightly faded around the edges. In near fine condition.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 2p. 18cm. Sewn with green illustrated paper covers. In fine condition.
Enugu: Nwankwo-Ifejika & Co., 1971. 38p. 22cm. Stapled card. One corner slightly bumped; slight wear along spine and one corner. In very good condition.
Detroit: Broadside Press, 1970. 32p, illustrations. 22cm. Revised edition. Stapled card. A fine copy.
Detroit: Broadside Press, 1971. 30p. 22cm. First edition, first printing. Stapled card. A near fine copy.
London: Elkins Mathews, 1904. 71p. 19cm. Bound by Hatchards in three quarter blue morocco and blue cloth with titling in gilt and five raised bands on the spine; top edge gilt; ribbon marker. Slight rubbing of edges; prior owner's neat signature on the front cover paste down. A very attractive copy in very good condition.
Norfolk, CT: New Directions, 1941. [20 leaves]. 23cm. First edition. One of 300 copies hardbound. Gray paperboards; dust jacket. Endpapers toned, jacket faded at edges, closed tears on the bottom panel. In very good condition. [Wallace: A 22, binding i].
Norfolk, CT: New Directions, 1941. [16 leaves]. 23cm. First edition. One of 1500 paper bound copies. Plain card covers with jacket. Slightly faded, slightly soiled. In very good condition. [Wallace: A 22, binding ii].
New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1856. Frontispiece, 586p, illustrations. 18 cm. Bound in publisher's stamped brown cloth with title in gilt on the spine. Corners bumped, foxing. In very good condition.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1926. 31p. 21cm. Stapled self wrappers. Covers faded. In very good condition.
New York: Random House, 1973. 55p, illustration. 22cm. First edition. Brown cloth back and covers; dust jacket. Price clipped jacket, otherwise a fine copy.
London: David Bogue, 1851. Chromolithograph title page, 189p, illustrations. 25cm. Blind stamped brown morocco with titling in gilt on the spine; aeg. Edges slightly rubbed, slight foxing and short top edge tear to chromolithograph title; title page almost pulled; occasional foxing; still, in very good condition.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1886. Frontis, 180p, illustrations. 23cm. Blue cloth over boards; titling and decorations in gilt and black on the front cover; in gilt on the spine. Slight rubbing of spine and corners; light soiling; neat signature on the front free end paper. A very attractive copy in very good condition.
Norfolk, CT: New Directions, 1950 . 240p. 21cm. First edition thus. One of 505 copies. Brown cloth back and gray cloth covers. With "The Rose" laid in. Spine faded, slight darkening of edges; pages slightly toned; bookplate removed. In very good condition. [Wallace: A 31c].
London: Cassell and Company Limited, 1948. 239p. 22cm. Green cloth with titling in gilt on the spine; dust jacket. Edges toned; Jacket edges darkened, spine ends chipped. In very good condition.
May 10, 1956. [4p], illustration. 22cm. Wrappers. Reprints Frost's "The Pasture." In fine condition.
New York: Harcourt Brace, 1950. 676p. 24cm. Later printing. Blue cloth; dust jacket. Signed (1954) by Carl Sandburg on the front free endpaper. Corners lightly bumped; jacket chipped, somewhat soiled on the bottom panel. In very good condition.