London: Ellis and White, 1881. First edition. Inscribed to Lady Jane Swinburne. Inscribed to Algernon Charles Swinburne's mother... Read More
London: Poets & Painters Press, 1959-1964. First.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1961. Inscribed by Aiken on the flyleaf to ALLEN TATE, who supplied the lengthy blurb on the rear panel of the dust jacket ("ALLEN TATE says of Conrad Aiken ... 'he represents the perfection of a vanishing American type: the complete man of letters ... '")Aiken's...
New York: George Braziller, . First edition. Inscribed, "For Allen/con amore/ and I don't know How/ Somerset Maugham got on my back-!/ Conrad/ 1967."
London: Bell and Daldy Fleet Street, 1866.
London: George Bell & Sons, York St., Covent Garden. New York: 112, Fourth Street, 1891-1901. The poets (and number of volumes) are: Akenside (1), Beattie (1), William Blake (1), Burns (3), Butler (2), Chatterton (2), Chaucer (6), Churchill (3), Coleridge (2), Collins (1), Cowper (3), Dryden (5), Falconer (1), Goldsmith...
Boston: Loring, Publisher Corner Bromfield and Washington Streets. Printers Rockwell & Churchill, . First edition of the author’s first book of verse. Presentation Copy. Inscribed by the author on flyleaf, "Mrs. Maria Brown/ from the author/ Dec. 25, 1875"
hartford: Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, 1800. First edition, first issue, before the lines "In swelling phrase and terms unmeaning veils | Her hellish plots, her dark designs conceals' were censored from p. 20. One of the founding and most talented members of the Hartford Wits and of the famous...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1934. First edition, first state, No. 222 of 332 copies, signed by the author on the title page. Superior Copy. The mythic lumberjack (and Babe, his blue ox) in picture and poetry.
Yonkers: William H. Post, 1865. First separate publication. This poem was originally pubished in the “Knickerbocker” of January 1848 where it was mis-attributed to Mr.Thoma Miller. An inscription on the front free endpaper reads “A Christmas Present from Bailey Hobbs Yonkers to Mrs. Erastus Titus, City of New York Dec.....
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, (1957). First American edition. Review Copy. With Advance slip tipped in.
New York: John Lan Company, 1918. First edition.
np: c. 1904. A seemingly unpublished poem about the one cent news issued by "Deh Joinal" including verses on Russo-Japanese War, striking miners, murderous wives and more.
New York: The Macmillan Company, . First American edition, from English sheets.
Rugby: Combe and Crossley, 1840. First edition. Arnold's Debut, Inscribed. The first edition of Matthew Arnold's first work, his Rugby School prize poem on the conquest of Rome by the Visigoth Alaric I in 410 AD. Unusual for a prize poem, the work was published anonymously and was not identified...
Oxford: Printed and Published by J. Vincent, 1843. First edition of the author's second appearance in book form, preceded by his first book, Alaric in Rome, 1840. Arnold was awarded the Newdigate Prize for this poem, written while he was a student at Oxford.
London: B. Fellowes; R. Clay, Printer, 1852. First edition. With author's signature laid-in.
New York: Macmillan, 1930. First editon, Deluxe Issue, Number 202 of 300 copies, signed by the author and artist.
New York: Viking, . First edition. Inscribed. Inscribed on the title page, "for Roslyn Targ on her birthday. John Ashbery"
Calais, Vermont: Z Press, 1975. Brainard, Joe. Inscribed by Schulyer and with an Autograph Postcard Signed. Inscribed by Schuyler on the half-title and with an autograph postcard signed ("Jim Schuyler") loosely inserted, dated July 17, 1995 and reading in part: "I'm going up to Hudson to help John Ashbery celebrate...
New York: Poet's Press, Inc. Hotel Albert, 1968]. First edition, one of 150 copies, signed by the poet.
New York: Sea Cliff, 1989. First edition. A collection of transcribed conversations between Ansen and W. H. Auden from November 1946 to April 1948, covering topics that range freely from Balzac and Wagner to homosexuality and communism.
London: Faber and Faber Limited, . First English edition, one of 3000 copies, preceded a year earlier by the American edition.
New York: Random House, . First Edition.
New York: Voyage's Press, 1956. One of 700 copies of the trade issue of a total edition of 750 (there were also 50 signed copies).