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The Letters of T. S. Eliot

By Eliot, T. S.

Harcourt, 1988. First edition. Edited by Valerie Eliot. Very fine and bright in like dustjacket with crisp unread text. With publisher's line to top edge. Well photographed. From his childhood in St. Louis, Missouri to his home in England. An extensive survey of the poet's correspondence over these years. New and bright all around. Gift quality.


The School of Charity

By [Merton, Thomas] Hart, Brother Patrick, editor

Farrar, 1990. First edition. Fine and very bright in like dustjacket with crisp text throughout, highly attractive


Poets, Poetics and Politics

By [Humphries, Rolfe] Gillman, Richard and Michael Paul Novak, editors

University of Kansas Press, 1992. First edition. SIGNED: With a biographical essay by Ruth Limmer. Close to fine and bright in like dustjacket with bright text throughout. Owner's inscription to opening flyleaf and half title page which bothers none of the text. Inscribed also on the opening flyleaf by James H. Wall and likewise inscribed by James Wall and dated on the half title page. Wall was the poet Louise Bogan's psychiatrist. Dr. Wall has noted by pen his name on page 26 and page 258