Catalogs *

» 1000 Cranes
» Catalog 39
» Catalog 40
» Catalog 41
» Catalog 42
» Catalog 43
» Catalog 44


Use the scroll bar
to view all our categories


Author: Beecher, John
Price: $15.00
Publisher Location: New York
Publisher: Twice A Year Press
Year Published: 1940
Book Condition: Near fine
Edition: First edition
Small 8vo. 43 pp. Blue stapled covers printed in red. Beecher in his two "talks" (prose poems) begins with Garrison (Beecher was descended from the Abolitionist Beechers - Harriet B. Stowe, Henry Ward Beecher, etc.), takes on American corporations, propaganda, and many of the same issues we face today (when he wrote this we were about to enter WW 2):"banks are lousey with idle money". His version of America would fit right in today on MSNBC. A very slightly toned (not as bright as copies we have seen), else a fine copy of the poet's first book.