What Shall We Do Without Us?: The Voice and Vision of Kenneth Patchen. 1984. V..

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What Shall We Do Without Us?: The Voice and Vision of Kenneth Patchen
ISBN:
0871568187
Author:
Patchen, Kenneth; James Laughlin
Publisher:
Sierra Club Books
Release Date:
1984
Seller Category:
ART MONOGRAPHS
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1
Condition:
Used: Very Good
Sku: 02281
Notes: Very Good INSCRIBED by Miriam Patchen. 4to 12" x 8 1/2" white pictorial softcover, featuring detail of an artwork by Kenneth Patchen to front, small black illustration to back, black lettering to front, back, and spine, minor wear to edges and tips, light shelf wear to front and back, small brown smudge on one page near end, otherwise, sharp tips, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. Inscription by Miriam Patchen, Kenneth Patchen's wife, to first page in black pen: "FOR PAM and DAVID BEST, MIRIAM PATCHEN". Unpaginated, replete with full-color images, black-and-white photograph of Kenneth Patchen, black illustrations, quotes from Kenneth Patchen, "Remembering Kenneth Patchen: The poet's publisher, James Laughlin, recalls their association", and list of Principal Works of Kenneth Patchen. From the back cover: "Vividly colored, surrealistic, vibrating with unashamed emotion, humorous, and outrageous--the picture poems of Kenneth Patchen are the unique creation of one of the twentieth century's most inventive writers and artists. Here is the first major full-color collection of Patchen's paintings, which unite his energetic poetry with a brilliant tapestry of form and color." Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.