xx, 208pp. Octavo. Green cloth, WITH DUSTJACKET. Top edges gilt. Condition: Very Good+ (sound hinges, internally clean and bright), in "VG minus" dj (two creased tears and small chips along upper edge; mild soiling along joints) protected with a Brodart jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 13638
Title: Further Poems of Emily Dickinson. Withheld ...
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown & Co.1929. 2nd printing.
Publication Date: 1929
Book Condition: Very Good+
Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included
Book Description Little Brown, Boston, MA, 1929. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Green cloth boards, gilt embossing, spine lightly toned. 208pp a couple of tick marks in text, else contents clean and unmarked. Signed on front endpaper by the author Anna Mary Wells. Seller Inventory # 009569
Book Description Little, Brown, and Company, Boston, 1929. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No DJ. Cloth, gilt, xx, 208 pp.; 20 cm. Top edge gilt. Firm binding, clean inside copy. Light edgewear to boards, expected browning. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 090270
Book Description Little Brown, Boston, 1929. Condition: G ex-library. 3rd ptg. Dark green binding, gilt lettering and design on front cover, library markings, first blank page removed, Seller Inventory # 052222
Book Description Little, Brown and Co., Boston, 1929. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. First Edition. First trade edition, issued simultaneously with the limited edition. No other dates or printings given in the book. Green cloth hard cover with top page edges gilt. Lacking dust jacket. 208 pages including an index of first lines. A collection of poems by Emily Dickinson, withheld from initial publication. In GOOD+ condition. General fading to the book, with minor soiling and scuffing. Minor bumping and scuffing to the extremities. Interior is clean and solid with some darkening to the pages along the extremities. A thin surface layer of paper about an inch in area had been lifted from page 207 and is stuck on the margin of page 206. There is no tear or anything of the like. In GOOD+ condition. Seller Inventory # 002609
Book Description Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Second edition. Octavo hardcover in dark olive green cloth lettered in gilt. Second printing, sma e month and year as the first. Top edge gilt. xx+ 208 pp. with index of first lines. A tight, clean very good example, some dulling to the spine lettering; Clippings of the March 20, 1929 New York Times book review by Mark Van Doren ard affixed to the rear endpaper and rear pastedown. Collection of previous unpublished Emily Dickinson poems, assembled from her manuscripts; her sister Lavinia chose to withhold these pieces from previous publication after the poet's death in 1886. Emily had left express instructions with her sister to burn all her correspondence after her death, which Lavinia did, but there were no such explicit instructions regarding her noebooks and various other scraps of writing. An internal family squabble kept most of these from publication in any form until at least 1914 and thereafter, the two branches of the family isued various collections and pieces until 1945. Seller Inventory # E14577B
Book Description Little Brow, Boston, 1929. Condition: G in G DJ. 1st ed 6th ptg. Called by Louis Untermeyer in The Saturday Review of Literature "Emily Dickinson's most beautiful and from every standpoint most important work." Mark Van Doren in The Nation called her "much the best of women poets and comes near the crown of all poetry." Robert Hillyer in The Atlantic Monthly said this edition "No other recent book can be so important to American literature." Laid in news clipping from March 30, 1929 in the Boston Evening Transcript including a picture of Emily from her childhood calling this book "An unexpected legacy to American literature from the soul of a New England woman" by William Stanley Braithwaite quoting Van Doren remarks "she is an artist".a cloistered soul, an intense and trembling stoic, or a lover of birds and bees.the least we can do is.to make a faint effort to trail the spirt of this artist, trusting upon intuition rather than to any spiritual chart, to guide us." Also enclosed is a news clipping of "The Letters of Emily Dickinson" edited by Mrs. Mabel Loomis Todd with the famous picture of Emily and a subtitle that the "collected materials amplicy our picture of the poet and the circumstances of her life" and an article on the evidence of the authenticity of "The Further Poems". Enclosed too is a letter dated Sept. 2, 1945, from "Amy" (AES)? addressed to "Girls" about some of the background of other books by Emily. Binding is olive green with some spotting, a damp stain to upper inner corner. The DJ is tanned with some top edge tears but otherwise nicely intact. Seller Inventory # 052501
Book Description Little, Brown & Co, Boston, 1929. Hardcover. xx, 208p., introduction, poems, index of first lines, bookplate of John W. Hancock on endpaper, title page in black and green, device, mild toning, off-set from insertion of newsclipping at rear in index section, first edition published March 1929 in original green cloth and gilt titles (faded on spine) top edge gilt, missing ribbon marker, in worn unclipped dj with heavy chipping at head and tail of spine extending into front and rear panels, spine darkened. Over 150 poems by the reclusive New England poet. BAL 4683. Seller Inventory # 187246