NEITHER OUT FAR NOR IN DEEP

Frost Robert

Published by New York The Spiral Press 1935
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Single poem issued as a Christmas greeting in pamphlet form. With a woodcut illustration by J.J. Lankes 12mo, publisher's original printed wrappers, sewn and with the Melchers of Montclair greeting. 6 pp. A very fine copy, the fine paper wrappers in excellent condition, as pristine and very unusual thus, a touch of offsetting to the free-fly at each end from the turnover of the wrap. A RARE AND ELUSIVE FIRST EDITION of this fine Christmas greeting sent by Frost to friends, among others. A very early published Christmas poem in the oeuvre and quite rare thus. Bookseller Inventory # 26963

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Title: NEITHER OUT FAR NOR IN DEEP
Publisher: New York The Spiral Press 1935
Binding: Soft cover
Edition: 1st Edition

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Frost, Robert
Published by Spiral Press (1935)
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Riverby Books DC
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Book Description Spiral Press, 1935. Paperback. Condition: Very good. Small softcover. Tan handmade paper with twine binding. Title page states "Sent with Holiday Greetings at Christmas 1935". 6 pages including end papers. Book is in very good condition. No creases or tears. Pages are clean and unmarked. Feature a woodcut by J.J. Lankes. Seller Inventory # 6218

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Frost, Robert
Published by Spiral Press], [New York (1935)
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Book Description Spiral Press], [New York, 1935. Condition: Wrappers. Fine. First Separate Edition: (from: J.J. Lankes, one of 450 copies). Woodcut by J.J. Lankes. 8 leaves. 1 vols. 12mo. Crane B3 Woodcut by J.J. Lankes. 8 leaves. 1 vols. 12mo First Separate Edition: (from: J.J. Lankes, one of 450 copies). Seller Inventory # 59342

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FROST, Robert
Published by (Printed by The Spiral Press),, [No Place]: (1935)
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Waiting for Godot Books
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Book Description (Printed by The Spiral Press),, [No Place]:, 1935. FROST, Robert. NEITHER OUT FAR NOR IN DEEP. A Poem. Woodcut by J. J. Lankes. Sent with Holiday Greetings at Christmas 1935 from Elinor & Robert Frost. Sixteenmo, unprinted Japanese Kikone tan wrappers, 16 pages, sewn, illustrated (with woodcut by J. J. Lankes). An early Robert Frost Christmas poem, issued in 1935. Covers are moderately rubbed at extremities, with one small tear at lower edge of front cover, endpapers are quite foxed and tanned (offset from flaps of Japanese wrappers, as usual), else a very good copy (with printed text fresh and clean). First edition, Robert Frost imprint; imprint stating: 'Sent with Holiday Greetings at Christmas 1935 from Elinor & Robert Frost' [Crane B3 (total printing of 1235 copies; 450 copies were printed with the Robert Frost imprint)]. Seller Inventory # 80559

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Robert Frost
Published by The Spiral Press (1935)
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White Square - Fine Books & Art
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Book Description The Spiral Press, 1935. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. New York: Printed at The Spiral Press, 1935. Limited to 1,235 copies of which this is one of 450 with the Elinor & Robert Frost imprint. With woodcuts by J.J. Lankes. Japanese Kikone paper wraps, sewn binding. In fine condition with light offsetting from wraps, as usual. [Crane B3]. Seller Inventory # ABE-1513447225407

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Frost, Robert, Phillips Farmer.
Published by Knopf / Spiral Press, 1933 -1937)., (New York: (1933)
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Book Description Knopf / Spiral Press, 1933 -1937)., (New York:, 1933. Softcover. Condition: Very Good. First edition. Small archive of a friendship between Frost and Phillips Palmer. Includes a chapbook, THE LONE STRIKER (1933), presentation copy INSCRIBED, "For Phillips Palmer / from Robert Frost / 1933." Number eight of The Borzoi Chap Books. Thin, tan, handsewn paperwraps printed in red and black. Fine in very good, original envelope. NEITHER OUT FAR NOR IN DEEP (1935). INSCRIBED, "To Phillips Palmer with / adjuration to keep on taking poetry in his own way / RF." Single poem issued as a holiday greeting. One of 450 (of 1,235 total) with the "Elinor & Robert Frost" imprint. Small, plain paperwraps sewn into a thin Japanese "Kikone" dustwrapper. Light offset from paper to first and last page, as usually seen, and touch of edgewear to dust jacket, otherwise nearly fine. In original mailing envelope addressed to Palmer in Frost's hand. Frost, Robert. TO A YOUNG WRETCH, (1937). Holiday greeting, illustrated with woodcuts by J.J. Lankes, "Elinor & Robert Frost" imprint Plain white paperwraps in thin gold dust jacket printed in black. Some edge chipping, still a very good example of this very fragile jacket. In original mailing envelope addressed to Phillips Palmer in Frost's hand. TWO TELEGRAMS: one dated December 11th and sent to Palmer at his home by Frost's wife, "Mr Frost sick in bed suggest your coming next Monday instead of tomorrow"; the other sent by Frost to Palmer at Middlebury College, "Must be misquoted sounds not the least like me in form or content someone must be trying to set me up in a new pretentiousness." Telegrams are tanned and starting to split at folds and include a tattered Western Union Telegram envelope. Seller Inventory # 55069

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