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Dark Swirl
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Dark Swirl

By Dabydeen, Cyril

Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1989. Guyanese-Canadian author. 1st UK Ed.. Original Wraps. As New.


Via Diaz (Essential Poets Series 42)

By Perticarini, Romano

Toronto: Guernica Editions, 1989. Italian poetry translated into English by Carlo Giacoobe. Parallel Italian and English text 153p.. 1st Can Ed. Softcover. As New.


Station Island [IN ITALIAN]

By Heaney, Seamus

Milan: Arnoldo Mondadori, 1995. A Cura di Gabriella Morisco. Traduzioni di Gabriella Morisco e Anthony Oldcorn. 170p. Spine slightly age toned, else fine. . First Thus. French Wraps. Near Fine. Illus. by Trans. Gabriella Morisco.


Nettles: Poems
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Nettles: Poems

By Khoury-Ghata, Venus

St Paul,MN: Graywolf Press, 2008. Venus Khoury-Ghata is a Lebanese poet and novelist. "In "Nettles" Venus Khoury-Ghata brings her impulses for lyric poetry and for stark narrative together into five enchanting sequences. Each confronts the realities of womanhood, immigration, and cultural conflict with an imagination and history born from both the Arabic and French languages. In a masterly translation by Marilyn Hacker, Nettles gives American readers this utterly original, indispensable poetry." 219p. A bookplate inside the front cover states that it was awarded the "Griffin Trust" International Award for Poetry . First Pbk.Ed.. Soft Cover. As New.


Fata Morgana: Poems

By Cosma, Flavia

U.S.A.: Edwin Mellen Press, 2003. A collection of poems by a Romanian-Canadian author with English translations by Don Wilson. 89p Flavia Cosma is a Romanian-born Canadian poet who came to Canada in 1976 as a political refugee. She studied drama for two years, and worked in Romania as a radio and television sound director. She continues to work in this field in Canada as an independent producer/director and writer for TV documentaries.To date, Flavia has published seven books of poetry, a novel, a travel memoir and a book of fairy tales. . First Edition. Decorative Cloth. As New.


Childe Harold's Pilgrimage

By Byron,George Gordon Noel (Lord Byron)

New York: Hurst & Company, 1900. Very crisp, clean and attractive vintage copy, a late 19th.C.? reprint (no date) Decorative binding , olive green cloth embossed in red, with pastedown coloured portait of Byron on front cover and a Frontispicee engraving of Byron. pages ruled in red throughout.. 270p. Name of previous owner on ffep, dated 1909.. Reprint. Decorative Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket.


Poetry Since 1939

By Spender, Stephen

London: British Council/ Longman's Green, 1946. World War II effectively cut off literary cmmunication between many countries. This short book distributed by The British Council was ...written simply to answer the question "What poems have been written between 1939 and 1945 in Britain?" and provides a survey including these authors : T.S.Eliot, Edith Sitwell, Robert Graves, Edwin Muir, W.H.Auden, C Day Lewis, Louis MacNeice, S, Spender, William Empson, Dylan Thomas, George Barker, David Gascoyne and others. It includes photographs of the authors and a select bibliography. 70p.. 1st UK Edition. Original Wraps. Very Good.


Parasites of Heaven

By Cohen, Leonard

Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1966. Cohen's fourth collection of poems, notable for being the first to include "Suzanne"[p 70-71], A clean tight unmarked copy, with a tiny chip on back cover and spine slightly sun faded, else fine. First Pbk.Ed.. Soft Cover. Near Fine.


In Flanders Field: And Other Poems of the First World War

By Busby, Brian [ed]

London: Arcturus Publishing, 2005. "Few people alive today had direct experience of the First World War, and yet it seems embedded in the collective consciousness of the combatant nations as a warning to future generations of the futility of military conflict. Our awareness of the terror, loneliness and desperate hope endured by the men who fought this war we owe to the quality of the art that came out of it, not least the poetry. Despite the passage of time, its ability to move and inspire us remains undimmed, as this superb new compilation richly demonstrates. Selected from the work of soldiers killed in action--starting with Rupert Brooke in 1915 and ending with the tragic loss of Wilfred Owen seven days before the Armistice--the poems capture a broad range of emotions, contemplations and states of mind, ranging from anthems about the brutality of war to wistful evocations of home and loved ones left behind. This collection showcases some of the best poetry to emerge from the conflict and stands as a worthy memorial to the collective talent and sacrifice of those who gave their lives." I92p.illus. Small format book in blue cloth with gilden decoration in box sleeve. A nice gift book.. First Thus. Decorative Cloth. New. Boxed.


The Journals of Susanna Moodie
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The Journals of Susanna Moodie

By Atwood, Margaret

Toronto: MacFarlane Walter & Ross, 1997. First Thus. Hardcover. As New/Very Good. Illus. by Charles Pachter.


Twenty-One Poems.

By Causley, Charles

Stratford Upon Avon: Celandine Press, 1986. "Among the English poetry of the last half century, Charles Causley’s could well turn out to be the best loved and most needed " Ted Hughes. This limited edition contains a selection of his poems with tipped in illlustrations by Robert Tilling. From the Colophon : 300 copies set in Monotype Bembo and printed for the Celandine Press on Arches mould made paper made by Gleen Storhaug at Five Seasons Press. Bound at Smith Settle & Co. Illustarions printed at the Senecio Press The first 75 copies ... are signed by the poet and boud in quarter leather. This is copy number 62 of 75 signed by the author and the artist. There is a slight bump with tiny tear to the marbled paper at the top right corner of the front cover, else fine.. Signed by Author & By Artist. 1st UK Edition. Quarter Leather. Near Fine. Illus. by Robert Tilling.


In Unknown Seas : A Poem

By Horton, George

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1895. Original edition in pale green boards, Name of previous owner on ffep . First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.


Akathiste Chora : Eikosi Tria Poiemata

By Popa, Vasko

Toronto: Deca Publications, 1990. Elleniki Apodose Christos Ziatas. Translations into Greek of poems by the Romanian Serbian poet Vasko Popa (1922-1991) . 1st.Can Ed.. Original Wraps. New. Illus. by Trans Christos Ziatas .


Autokratoras Kai Proletarios

By Eminescu, Michai

Toronto: Deca Publications, 1995. Mihai Eminescu born Mihail Eminovici [ January 15, 1850 - June 15, 1889) was a Romantic poet, novelist and journalist, often regarded as the most famous and influential Romanian poet . Poems translated into Greek by Christos Ziatas . 1st.Can Ed.. Original Wraps. New. Illus. by Trans Christos Ziatas.


To syneches paron : Poiemata

By Ziatas, Christos

Toronto: Greek Publications, 1980. 32 p. . First Edition. Original Wraps. New.


Poiemata Tou A.S.Pouskin.IN GREEK]

By Pushkin, Alexander S.

Toronto: Ekdoseis Nea Tomis , 2004. Poems translated from Russian into Greek by Christos Ziatas . 1st.Can Ed.. Original Wraps. New. Illus. by Trans Christos Ziatas.


Ekousia Anephorize o Elkomenos : Poiemata

By Ziatas, Christos

Toronto: Ekdoseis Nea Tomis , 2004. 1st.Can Ed.. Original Wraps. New.


Apli Kai Kathara : Poiemata [ IN GREEK]

By Serban, Corneliu

Toronto: Ekdoseis Nea Tomis , 2004. Romanian poetry by Corneliu Serban translated into Greek by Christos Ziatas . 1st.Can Ed.. Original Wraps. New. Illus. by Trans Christos Ziatas.


The Love Affair

By Constantinides, Andreas

Toronto: Universe Unlimited Publications, 1993. 122p. illus.. 1st.Can Ed.. Soft Cover. Fine.


You... Bastard ! (Conversations with God)

By Constantinides, Andreas

Toronto: Universe Unlimited Publications, 1997. 1st.Can Ed.. Soft Cover. Very Good.


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