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O'Hara Frank

Published by NY: Grove Press, 1967 (1967)

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From: WellRead Books A.B.A.A. (Northport, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: NY: Grove Press, 1967, 1967. Stated second edition; 1st edition of a reissue of a title first published in 1957 by Grove Press; 8vo. cloth covered boards, hardcover; 52 pages; a fine, clean, tight copy in a fine unclipped dustjacket. Seller Inventory # 39362

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O'Hara, Frank

Published by Grove Press / An Evergreen Book, New York, NY (1957)

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From: BookScene (Hull, MA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Grove Press / An Evergreen Book, New York, NY, 1957. Paperback. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. 1st Printing.. Nice Firm Clean copy ! Published in three editions: A Special Edition of fifteen copies, each numbered and containing as frontispiece an original drawing by Grace Hartigan; A Limited edition of seventy-five copies; An Evergreen Book of Poetry. This is an Evergreen Book of Poetry, with about 900 printed copies. 54 pages. Don Draper's go to book of poetry on TV show Mad Men. Seller Inventory # 118859

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O'Hara, Frank.

Published by New York: Grove Press.

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From: Compass Rose Books, ABAA-ILAB (Kensington, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: New York: Grove Press. First Edition Thus, 1967. The Second (Grove Press) Edition. The First Edition was 1957. This gorgeous hardcover copy Very Fine in dark grey cloth, in Very Fine red, purple and white dustwrapper, not price-clipped. Review Copy, with publisher's s lip laid in. 52pp. Republished in the year following the Author's untimely death in an automobile accident on the beach. Seller Inventory # Q00966

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O'HARA, Frank

Published by Grove Press (1957), N. Y. (1957)

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About this Item: Grove Press (1957), N. Y., 1957. 8vo, original green cloth, publisher's slipcase. Fading along the spine (as usual), and at the finger-pull on the front panel, otherwise a very good copy in somewhat faded and marked slipcase. An important association copy. Fading along the spine (as usual), and at the finger-pull on the front panel, otherwise a very good copy in somewhat faded and marked slipcase. An important association copy First edition, limited issue. One of 75 numbered hardbound copies. (Only 90 copies of the entire edition were hardbound, with 15 containing original drawings by Grace Hartigan; not all of the hardbound copies were signed by O'Hara). Presentation copy, inscribed on the front free endpaper by O'Hara to his good friend and sometime collaborator, second-generation Abstract Expressionist painter Mike Goldberg: "For Mike - Happy Birthday and I hope the Houses & Odes go on and on into 1262 - Frank". As members of the New York School of poets and painters, O'Hara and Goldberg traveled in the same circles and had many friends in common, all of whom knew each other's work well. O'Hara encouraged Goldberg in his painting and persuaded John Myers to give Goldberg his first - and last - show at Tibor de Nagy Gallery in October 1953. Later, O'Hara included Goldberg's "Summer House" (1958) in his "Documenta II '59" show in Kassel, Germany. Goldberg figures in, or inspires, a number of poems by O'Hara including "Ode to Michael Goldberg ('s Birth and Other Births)" (1958), "On Rachmaninoff's Birthday & About Arshile Gorky" (1963), and, most famously, "Why I Am Not A Painter" (1956). O'Hara and Goldberg collaborated on the volume Odes, which combines O'Hara's poetry and five original screen prints by Goldberg, a livre d'artiste published by the Tiber Press in 1960. In 1962, Goldberg made a series of paintings on paper, "Dear Diary", that refract the contents of letters and postcards by O'Hara he received while O'Hara was traveling in Europe. Russell Ferguson writes, "Goldberg's desire to mirror O'Hara's travels in paint reflects the closeness of their relationship." - Ferguson, In Memory of My Feelings: Frank O'Hara and American Art. (L.A.: The Museum of Contemporary Art, 1999), pp. 68-71. Seller Inventory # 22396

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O'HARA, Frank

Published by Grove Press (1957), N. Y. (1957)

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About this Item: Grove Press (1957), N. Y., 1957. 8vo, original green cloth, publisher's slipcase. Spine faded, otherwise a very good copy in somewhat worn and split slipcase. An important association copy. Spine faded, otherwise a very good copy in somewhat worn and split slipcase. An important association copy First edition. One of 75 numbered hardbound copies. (Only 90 copies of the entire edition were hardbound, with 15 containing original drawings by Grace Hartigan, and not all of the hardbound copies were signed by O'Hara). Presentation copy, inscribed on the front free endpaper by the author to Hal Fondren: "For my darling Hal in Hell's despite - Love, Frank." Hal Fondren was O'Hara's room-mate at Harvard. After graduating, O'Hara moved to NYC and shared Fondren's apartment ion East 49th St. before attending graduate school at the University of Michigan. Seller Inventory # 20585

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O'hara, Frank & Harry Nudel

Published by New York, Grove (1967)

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From: NUDEL BOOKS (New York, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: New York, Grove, 1967. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. 8vo, glossy wrappers, abt fine, "tattered cordage of my will," the 2nd edition, i.e., the first of this edition published a yr after his death, a nice copy of a 'read' book, with holograph copy of my poem on f.e.p -For Frank O- "The yellow leaf/ on 2nd Ave./ falls thru my heart/ turning gold" (VV2/1). Seller Inventory # ABE-1496273220

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