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Names & Local Habitations by Joel Oppenheimer - First - 1988 - from Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center Bookstore and Biblio.com

Names & Local Habitations: Selected Earlier Poems 1951-1972

by Joel Oppenheimer

Condition: New/New


Jargon 59.
Selected earlier poems by Joel Oppenheimer, published by Jargon in 1988 and written between 1951-1972, overlapping Oppenheimer's arrival and tenure at Black Mountain College, as well as his transition into a fixture of the New York literary scene. Bound in glittery red cloth with salmon-colored dust jacket and endpapers featuring illustrations by abstract artist Philip Guston (1913-1980). Accolade by Hayden Carruth and introduction by William Corbett. Designed by Thomas Meyer and Jonathan Williams. NEW in publisher's mylar.



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