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A New Path to the Waterfall

Raymond Carver

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ISBN 10: 0871133016 / ISBN 13: 9780871133014
Published by Atlantic Monthly Press, Boston, 1989
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Fine in blue cloth-covered boards with gold stamping and in red cloth-covered slipcase with a faint black line on the rear panel, otherwise fine. Number 117 of 200 copies signed by Tess Gallagher. Bookseller Inventory # b4836

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Title: A New Path to the Waterfall

Publisher: Atlantic Monthly Press, Boston

Publication Date: 1989

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Signed: Signed by Author

Edition: First Edition (Limited, Signed).

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Synopsis:

Raymond Carver completed A New Path To The Waterfall shortly before his death. This last collection bears witness to a writer confronting, at the peak of his powers, harder and harder questions.

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After-glow
Another Mystery
Artaud
The Attic
Caution
Cherish
Conspirators
For The Record
Gravy
His Bathrobe Pockets Stuffed With Notes
Hummingbird (for Tess)
In A Greek Orthodox Church Near Daphne
The Kitchen
Late Fragment
Lemonade
Letter
Looking For Work (2)
The March Into Russia
Margo
The Moon, The Train
Mriacle
My Wife
The Net
No Need
The Offending Eel
On An Old Photograph Of My Son
One More
Out
The Painter & The Fish
Poems
Proposal
Quiet Nights
The Sturgeon
Summer Fog
Sunday Night
Suspenders
Thermopylae
This Word Love
Threat
Through The Boughs
The Toes
Transformation
Two Worlds
Wake Up
What The Doctor Said
Wine
Woman Bathing
The World Book Salesman
The Young Girls
Return To Krakow In 1880
Wet Picture
The Name
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