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What Shall We Do Without Us? The Voice and Vision of Kenneth Patchen.
by [Picture Poems] Patchen, Kenneth.

Publisher Information:
Sierra Club Books, San Francisco: 1984.

A Fine tight unread copy in a Fine bright unclipped dust jacket. This is the first major collection of Patchen's unique mixture of surrealistic painting, poetry, and whimsy with many of the examples in color. With his picture poems. poet Kenneth Patchen created an original art and literary form that he mastered as the reproductions in this volume confirm. Afterword by New Directions publisher James Laughlin.


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 0871568438
Book Id: 23216

Price: $95.00

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