New Directions in Prose and Poetry, Number Eleven (XI, 11)
by Laughlin, James
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New York , NY, U.S.A.: New Directions, 1949. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. A volume of the annual editions published by New Directions, it presents a highly varied selection of new avant garde and experimental writing from America and abroad, including stories, poems, plays, and essays by forty-five authors; the highlights listed on the dust jacket include a study of Rimbaud by Henry Miller, excerpts from Genet's Our Lady of Flowers, a story and three poems by Tennessee Williams, an essay on the painter Dove by Duncan Phillips (with reproductions), a dance play by Kenneth Rexroth, an essay on the situation of American writers by Stephen Spender, poems by contemporary Japanese poets, a short novel by John Hawkes, two stories by Borges (including The Circular Ruins), and new poems by William Carlos Williams; introduction by the editor (tan cloth with green lettering has slight creases at ends of spine; yellow dust jacket with small photos of some of the contributors on the front has edgewear with small tears and chips at ends of spine; otherwise a bright, clean, tight copy)
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