London: John W. Parker and Son, . First edition of the author's first book. Meredith's First Book, Inscribed... Read More about Poems
Cambridge: F. Green, 1632. First editions. A handsome copy of Fletcher's "most substantial acheivement" bound with Locustae and Christ victorie, the last being work of his younger brother Giles. Of The Purple Island, Osler remarks that it is an “elaborate allegorical description of the human body, with anatomical notes…” The..... Read More about The Purple Island or the Isle of Man. Cambridge: Printers to the Universitie, 1633 [bound with:]...
[London: Sampson, Low, 1858]. Myles Birket Foster was a popular Victorian English illustrator, watercolor artist and engrager. He is known for his work for the Illustrated London News and for his illustrations of Longfellow's Evangeline. He is also well known for sentimentalised portraits of the English countryside, and these etchings..... Read More about Complete set of his etchings for Thomas Warton’s THE HAMLET: AN ODE WRITTEN IN WHICHWOOD FOREST...
Glasgow: Printed by Robert and Andrew Foulis, 1775. First published by Foulis in 1771. Read More about The Poetical Works of …
1790. Ye laughter loving sons of mirth. This poem bears the inscription "written by Ld. Camelford on his own & Ld. M. Edgecumbe's Birthday"This observation seems doubtful, as the birthday of Thomas Pitt, 1st Baron Camelford was 3 March 1737 (d. 1793) and the birthday of George Edgeumbe, 1st Earl..... Read More about Fourteenth March 1790
[New York]: Privately printed, 1960. Second edition. Second edition of a poem all about the Essex Fox Hounds written by one of their most eminent members. The first edition was issued in 1928. Also reprinting poems first published in 1927: “The Ballad of Myra Gray,” "The Song of the Salmon..... Read More about A Drag with the Old Essex and other poems By Somerset
[New York]: Privately Printed [by The Derrydale Press], 1929. First edition, one of 1000 copies, Frazier’s 4th state. Read More about Why
Hanover, N.H: Dartmouith College Library, 1944. First edition. Insribed to his friend and Professor at Dartmouth; "For George Wood to whom I owe so much. Robert FRiost Baker Library June 8 1944." Read More about Fifty Years of Robert Frost. A Catalogue of the Exhibition held in Baker Library in the Autumn of...
New York: Macmillan, 1935. First Edition, Large paper, Number 36 of 250 copies. With Introduction by Robert Frost. With a perceptive essay on Robinson's style by Frost (“…style is the way the man takes himself…If it is with outer seriousness, it must be with inner humor. If it is with..... Read More about King Jasper, A Poem. With an Introduction by Robert Frost
A fine autograph quotation by Frost from “A Lone Striker”, a poem based upon recollections of his early life, and a work from which extracts in the poet’s hand are not often seen.Six lines, entirely in Frost‘s hand: “He knew another place, a wood, / And in it, tall as..... Read More about Autograph Quotation, signed (“Robert Frost”), a Fair Copy of a stanza from his Poem “A Lone...
London: David Nutt, 1913. First Edition, Second Issue, Binding D, No. 126 of 135 copies, signed and numbered by Frost. This issue offered by Louis Cohn of House of Books when he bought the remains of Dunster House Bookshop from Maurice Firuski. Read More about A Boy's Will
[Boston: Printed by Dard Hunter, Jr, 1939]. Proof copies of the first separate edition. Printer’s Proof Copies. Laid in is a photocopy of the handbill titled “The Colonial Society of Massachusetts” detailing the poem’s history: “This poem was written and delivered by Fobert Frost at the Annual Dinner on November..... Read More about A Considerable Speck
New York: Henry Holt and Company [The Spiral Press], [May, 1936]. First edition, no. 634 of 803 copies signed by Frost. LIMITED EDITION, FURTHER INSCRIBED. Inscribed on the ffep by the author "To Mary and Barrett Brown/ from/ Lesley and Robert Frost/ Amherst 1936." Read More about A Further Range. Book Six
[Cortlandt, New York: The Bibliophile Press, 1935]. First edition, second state, number 139 of 200 copies of this state (most of the 500 copies of the first state were destroyed). "First printed, 1921, in the magazine Farm and Fireside. . . [It] has never been included in any of Mr..... Read More about The Golden Hesperidee
New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, . First edition. Read More about In the Clearing
New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [June, 1962]. First edition. Inscribed on ffep: "To Ruby Dagget librarian of a great bookstore and one of my oldest and best friends Robert Frost Dartmouth 1967." Dagget had worked at the Dartmouth bookstore. Read More about In the Clearing
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1945. First edition, Number 332 of 800 copies, signed by Frost. Printed at the Spiral Press. Read More about A Masque of Reason
[New York: Spiral Press], 1935. First Separate Edition: (from: J.J. Lankes, one of 450 copies). Read More about Neither Out Far Nor In Deep
New York: Henry Holt & Co, 1923. Lankes, J.J. First trade edition. New Hampshire contains the first appearance of Frost's most famous poem, "Stopping By Woods On a Snowy Evening" Read More about New Hampshire
New York: Holt, 1923. First edition. New Hampshire contains the first appearance of Frost's most famous poem, "Stopping By Woods On a Snowy Evening" at p. 87. Read More about New Hampshire
New York: Henry Holt & Co, [October], 1923. Lankes, J.J. First trade edition. Inscribed to a friend and colleague. Inscribed on the ffep "For Louis A. Strauss/ from his friend/ Robert Frost."Louis Strauss was chairman of the English Department at the University of Michigan from 1920-1938, where Frost took up..... Read More about New Hampshire. A Poem with Notes and Grace Notes
New York: Henry Holt and Company, . Second American edition, one of 500 copies. Inscribed with five lines of verse. Inscribed with the last five lines from his celebrated poem, "For once, then, something": Water came to rebuke the too clear water.One drop fell from a fern and lo a...... Read More about North of Boston
New York: Henry Holt and Company, . Third Edition. SIGNED. Signed "Robert Frost/Amherst." on the ffep. Read More about Selected Poems
New York: Henry Holt and Company, . First trade edition. Read More about Steeple Bush
[New York: Spiral Press], December, 1946. First Edition: (from: Denver Lindley, one of 150 copies). Read More about A Young Birch
[Buffalo, New York]: 1836. First edition. Buffalo, New York. The poem consisting of 5 quatrains, commencing "Farewell, deaar child-We humbly bow," dated Buffalo, Oct. 18th, 1836. The additional quatrain, bearing a manuscript correction commences "Thou lookest now on Mary's grave/ Thou gentle Moon. So let he have/ Thy purest, brightest..... Read More about “Died, on Monday, the 17th Inst. Mary Burwell; youngest Daughter of Bryant & Ann Burwell,...