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NY, Delacorte, (1971). A novel by McClure, one of the key figures of the Beat movement, known more as a poet and playwright than a novelist, and author of the acclaimed play The Beard. Inscribed by McClure to Peter Matthiessen, "For Peter Matthiessen, naturalist & prose poet, with admiration, Michael." Minor foxing to page edges and endpages; near fine in a near fine dust jacket with light rubbing to the edges and folds. A good literary association. [#028467] $150
NY, Truck Press, 1978. Of a total edition of 1026 copies, this is one of only 100 hardcover copies numbered and signed by the author. Illustrated with fold-out photographs of the production of this play, taken by Stewart Brand. Minor dust-soiling to the edges, otherwise a fine copy of this attractive production. [#001721] $70
NY, Delacorte, (1971). Illustrated with photographs from various productions. Inscribed by the author. Near fine in near fine dust jacket. [#001709] $55
(NY), New Directions, (1976). Advance review copy of the issue in wrappers of this play. Fine, with review slip and promotional sheet laid in. [#001719] $20
Berkeley, Sand Dollar, 1974. Second edition of this poem, revised from the first. One of 700 copies in saddle-stitched wrappers, this copy is inscribed by the author. Fine. [#001715] $20
NY, Grove Press, (1970). Very Good in Very Good (rubbed, soiled) DJ. [#706437] $20
(n.p.), Frontier Press, 1969. A single long poem, bound in fold-out stapled wrappers. One spot to the upper margin of the first page; else fine. From novelist Don Carpenter's library. [#019230] $20
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