ROETHKE, T: Selected letters of Theodore Roethke

Book cover. Selected letters of Theodore Roethke
Selected letters of Theodore Roethke. University of Washington Press, 1968. Unmarked. Clipped dust jacket with rubbing and chipping. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30519) $20.00

Buy it Now

Edited, with an introduction by Ralph J. Mills, Jr. Roethke chronology. The letters run from 1931 through 1963. Index. Roethke (1908-1963), an American poet, is regarded as one of the most accomplished and influential poets of his generation. Roethke’s work is characterized by its introspection, rhythm and natural imagery. 273p.

Title page: Selected letters of Theodore Roethke

PHILLIPS, C: Poetry, Love, and Mercy (The Judith Lee Stronach Memorial Lecture on the Teaching of Poetry)

Phillips, Carl; Lifchez, Raymone. Poetry, Love, and Mercy (The Judith Lee Stronach Memorial Lecture on the Teaching of Poetry). The Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley, 2008. ISBN: 9781893663275. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#29842) $45.00

Buy it Now

The fifth Judith Lee Stronach Memorial Lecture, May 2, 2008. 16p. Measures 7×10 inches. Limited edition of 500 copies. Introduction by Raymond Lifchez.

Carl Phillips (b. 1959), an American writer and poet, has won a number of awards for his work. He also teaches African and Afro-American Studies and English at Washington University in St. Louis.

BRITISH MUSEUM: Auden Poems / Moore Lithographs: An exhibition of a book dedicated by Henry Moore to WH Auden with related drawings

uden Poems / Moore Lithographs: An exhibition of a book dedicated by Henry Moore to WH Auden with related drawings, book coverAuden, WH; Moore, Henry. Auden Poems / Moore Lithographs: An exhibition of a book dedicated by Henry Moore to WH Auden with related drawings. British Museum, 1974. ISBN: 0714107387. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#29703)

(Out of Stock)

Catalog for an exhibition held at the British Museum 24 April to 30 June 1974.

Photographs of the poet and artist.

Black and white illustrations of the works. Introduction by John Russell.