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A Coney Island of the Mind: Poems by  Lawrence Ferlinghetti - Paperback - from Last Word Books and Biblio.com

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A Coney Island of the Mind: Poems

by Ferlinghetti, Lawrence

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New Directions. PAPERBACK. 0811200418 ~Good. Light to moderate shelf wear to covers/corners. Trade paperback binding. Support Last Word Books & Press and other independent booksellers. For more information about a specific title please feel free to contact us with your questions. . Good.

A Coney Island of the Mind is a collection of poetry by Lawrence Ferlinghetti originally published in 1958. It contains some of Ferlinghetti's most famous poems, such as I am Waiting, and Junkman's Obbligato, which were created for jazz accompaniment. There are approximately a million copies in print of A Coney Island, and the book has been translated into over a dozen languages. It remains one of the best-selling and most popular books of poetry ever published.



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