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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

(Poetry)
click for a larger image of item #35643, The Poet in New York and Other Poems NY, W.W. Norton, [1940]. The first edition of this collection of poems originally written when Garcia Lorca lived in New York and attended Columbia University, in 1929-1930, but not published until after he had died and the Spanish Civil War had ended. Spanish text, and English translation by Rolfe Humphries. A very near fine copy in a very good dust jacket with chips at the spine extremities and flap folds and a tear at the lower front panel. [#035643] $1,500
On Sale: $1,125
(Poetry)
click for a larger image of item #35642, Poeta in Nueva York Mexico, Editorial Seneca, 1940. The most famous poem by the prominent Spanish poet, who was killed by fascists during the Spanish Civil War. This is the first Spanish-language edition, published a few weeks after the bilingual edition done in the U.S., and the first illustrated edition, with four original drawings by the author, two of them printed in color. Two owner names and a comment in the prelims; tape shadows to the endpages; upper and lower edge tears at the front joint. A good copy in wrappers, with less of the darkening and chipping that frequently afflicts the wrappers of this title. [#035642] $750
(Poetry)
click for a larger image of item #35644, Autografos I: Poemas y Prosas Oxford, Dolphin Book Co., 1975. Copy No. 440 of 1000 copies. 87 poems and three prose works reproduced in facsimile, with transcriptions and notes by Rafael Martinez Nadal. Fine in wrappers, in a fine dust jacket and a lightly rubbed, near fine slipcase. [#035644] $300