The Sense of Movement. Thom GUNN.
The Sense of Movement

The Sense of Movement

London: Faber and Faber, 1957. First UK Edition. Hardcover. 5 3/4 X 8 3/4 Inches. 62 PP. Very Good / Good. Item #4740

First printing with no additional dates on copyright page. Original price of "10s 6d" on the front flap. Ownership signature and date on the FFEP. From the personal collection of author Don Lehmkuhl. Light sunning to edges. DJ a bit chipped at edges and spine.

Donald Lehmkuhl, author of The Woman in the Moon (Doubleday, 1986), The Flights of Icarus, Mantua and others was a graduate of Columbia University. He travelled extensively and resided in Cambridge, Paris, London and New York in the 1950’s and 60’s. His poetry appeared in The Transatlantic Review, The Columbia Review, Best Poems of 1956, The Partisan Review and The Second Coming among others. His short stories appeared in MALE magazine and The Columbia University Forum among others. Lehmkuhl is well-known for having written the text for tour programs for the band “YES” as a band biographer of sorts. Having secured a portion of his book and manuscript collection, I can tell you that his interest in both drugs and poetry were vastly represented….

Price: $50.00

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