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1. Angel Arms By Kenneth Fearing [Buy it!]

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FEARING KENNETH  275.00 ABAA James Pepper Rare Books, Inc.  New York: Coward McCann, 1929. First Edition, First Printing. Signed and inscribed by Kenneth Fearing. “To Eltove, Cordially and - educationally? K.F.” With a number of corrections, deletions, and additions apparently by Fearing both in pencil and in ink. The book was later owned by musician Artie Shaw and is signed by him in ink on the front pastedown and has his bookplate. The book is hardbound in paper covered boards. The spine covering became detached at some point, and Artie Shaw wrote the book’s title in ink on the exposed fabric mesh of the spine. The boards have rubbing at the extremities, else very good. Arthur Jacob Arshawsky (1910 - 2004), better known as Artie Shaw, started out his career in music at thirteen as a saxophone player and switched to the clarinet at sixteen. He gained experience and skill while on the road at a young age which lead to steady work in the 30s as a session musician and performing with various bands and orchestras and on radio. His first critical acclaim came with his performance of “Interlude in B-flat" at a swing concert at the Imperial Theater in New York in 1935. And during the swing era, Shaw's big band enjoyed such enduring hits like Cole Porter's "Begin the Beguine" and Hoagy Carmichael's "Stardust," "Back Bay Shuffle,” "Moonglow,” "Rosalie," "Frenesi," and "Summit Ridge Drive." Throughout his career he worked with many of the great jazz musicians and vocalists of his day, including Helen Forrest, Mel Torme, drummers ...  
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FEARING Kenneth  125.00 ABAA Lorne Bair Rare Books  New York: Coward McCann, 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. 12mo (19.5cm.); original boards in cream decorative dust jacket; v,[6]-64pp. A few short closed tears to jacket extremities, the whole uniformly dust-soiled; tape repair to verso of spine ends. About Very Good. Forms part of the Song of Today Series. Radical poetry by the founding editor of the Partisan Review. 1929. Coward McCann US  
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Fearing Kenneth  75.00 ABAA Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB  New York: Coward McCann, 1929. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 1929, First Edition of the author's first book. Hardcover, blue cloth. Very Good a Good dust jacket. Minor shelfwear to the spine ends; previous owner's bookplate to the front pastedown; light straining tot he front inner hinge. Clean contents. The DJ is split along the majority of the fold where the spine meets the front panel, but it is still attached at the lower 2 inches; spine faded; shallow loss at spine ends; 2 think pieces missing from the front panel. Overall an attractive copy, with the DJ now protected in mylar. Fearing is known as 'The poet of the American Depression.' From the publisher's Songs of Today Series. 1929. Coward McCann US  
4. ANGEL ARMS [Buy it!]

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Kenneth Fearing  64.50 Abebooks 100POCKETS  [publisher: Coward McCann, Inc, New York, NY] First Edition Text/NEAR NEW w/sporadic light brown spotting (acidic paper reaction). Beige linen boards/VG; sound with surface soiling & marked spine discoloration. DJ/None. Anthology. First published volume of powerful verse from major American poet and novelist of the Depression era Kenneth Fearing (1902 - 1961), social activist and founding editor of Partisan Review. Collection of 24 poems. Lead, narrative poem is St. Agnes' Eve: "The dramatis personae include a fly-specked Mondday evening/ A cigar store with stagnant windows/ Two crooked streets/ Six policeman and Louiie Glatz. Louie holds up the cigar for $14.92, does not stop when Officer orders him to and whips out a gun. The poem explodes with "rat-a-tat-tats" and "blam-blam-blams". Dolan dead and moments later, Louie the Rat's soul "rose through his mouth in the form of a derby hat". A defintive version of the less definitive circumstances surrounding the Michael Brown, Ferguson, Missouri incident of August 9, 2014? [Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.]  
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FEARING, KENNETH  275.00 Abebooks James Pepper Rare Books, Inc., ABAA  [publisher: New York Coward McCann 1929] First Edition First Edition, First Printing. Signed and inscribed by Kenneth Fearing. ÒTo Eltove, Cordially and - educationally? K.F.Ó With a number of corrections, deletions, and additions apparently by Fearing both in pencil and in ink. The book was later owned by musician Artie Shaw and is signed by him in ink on the front pastedown and has his bookplate. The book is hardbound in paper covered boards. The spine covering became detached at some point, and Artie Shaw wrote the bookÕs title in ink on the exposed fabric mesh of the spine. The boards have rubbing at the extremities, else very good. Arthur Jacob Arshawsky (1910 - 2004), better known as Artie Shaw, started out his career in music at thirteen as a saxophone player and switched to the clarinet at sixteen. He gained experience and skill while on the road at a young age which lead to steady work in the 30s as a session musician and performing with various bands and orchestras and on radio. His first critical acclaim came with his performance of ÒInterlude in B-flat" at a swing concert at the Imperial Theater in New York in 1935. And during the swing era, Shaw's big band enjoyed such enduring hits like Cole Porter's "Begin the Beguine" and Hoagy Carmichael's "Stardust," "Back Bay Shuffle,Ó "Moonglow,Ó "Rosalie," "Frenesi," and "Summit Ridge Drive." Throughout his ...  
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FEARING, Kenneth  137.50 Abebooks Lorne Bair Rare Books, ABAA  [publisher: Coward McCann, New York] First Edition 12mo (19.5cm.); original boards in cream decorative dust jacket; v,[6]-64pp. A few short closed tears to jacket extremities, the whole uniformly dust-soiled; tape repair to verso of spine ends. About Very Good. Forms part of the Song of Today Series. Radical poetry by the founding editor of the Partisan Review. [Winchester, VA, U.S.A.]  
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Fearing Kenneth  75.00 Abebooks Caliban Books Pittsburgh PA, ABAA  [publisher: Coward McCann, New York] First Edition 1929, First Edition of the author's first book. Hardcover, blue cloth. Very Good a Good dust jacket. Minor shelfwear to the spine ends; previous owner's bookplate to the front pastedown; light straining tot he front inner hinge. Clean contents. The DJ is split along the majority of the fold where the spine meets the front panel, but it is still attached at the lower 2 inches; spine faded; shallow loss at spine ends; 2 think pieces missing from the front panel. Overall an attractive copy, with the DJ now protected in mylar. Fearing is known as 'The poet of the American Depression.' From the publisher's Songs of Today Series. [Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.A.]  
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Kenneth Fearing  75.00 Abebooks Kaleidoscope Books & Collectibles  [publisher: Coward-McCann Publishers] First Edition First edition of author's first book. Book with some board edge wear, front hinge of binding beginning to assert its independence. Dust jacket has some spine fading, $1.00 original price visible on front flap. This is one of four volumes in the Songs of To-day Series for 1929. [Ann Arbor, MI, U.S.A.]  
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Fearing Kenneth  80.00 Alibris Caliban Book Shop via Alibris  New York Coward McCann 1929 First edition Hardcover Very Good in Good jacket 1929, First Edition of the author's first book. Hardcover, blue cloth. Very Good a Good dust jacket. Minor shelfwear to the spine ends; previous owner's bookplate to the front pastedown; light straining tot he front inner hinge. Clean contents. The DJ is split along the majority of the fold where the spine meets the front panel, but it is still attached at the lower 2 inches; spine faded; shallow loss at spine ends; 2 think pieces missing from the front panel. Overall an attractive copy, with the DJ now protected in mylar. Fearing is known as 'The poet of the American Depression. ' From the publisher's Songs of Today Series.  
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Fearing, Kenneth  137.50 Alibris Lorne Bair Rare Books via Alibris  New York Coward McCann 1929 First Edition 12mo (19.5cm. ); original boards in cream decorative dust jacket; v, [6]-64pp. A few short closed tears to jacket extremities, the whole uniformly dust-soiled; tape repair to verso of spine ends. About Very Good. Forms part of the Song of Today Series. Radical poetry by the founding editor of the Partisan Review.  
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Kenneth Fearing  64.50 Alibris 100pockets via Alibris  New York, NY Coward McCann, Inc 1929 First Edition, First Thus Hard Cover Very Good. No Jacket First Edition, First Thus Text/NEAR NEW w/sporadic light brown spotting (acidic paper reaction). Beige linen boards/VG; sound with surface soiling & marked spine discoloration. DJ/None. Anthology. First published volume of powerful verse from major American poet and novelist of the Depression era Kenneth Fearing (1902-1961), social activist and founding editor of Partisan Review. Collection of 24 poems. Lead, narrative poem is St. Agnes' Eve: "The dramatis personae include a fly-specked Mondday evening/ A cigar store with stagnant windows/ Two crooked streets/ Six policeman and Louiie Glatz...Louie holds up the cigar for $14.92, does not stop when Officer orders him to and whips out a gun. The poem explodes with "rat-a-tat-tats" and "blam-blam-blams". Dolan dead and moments later, Louie the Rat's soul "rose through his mouth in the form of a derby hat". A defintive version of the less definitive circumstances surrounding the Michael Brown, Ferguson, Missouri incident of August 9, 2014?  
12. Angel arms (Songs of today series) [Buy it!]

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Kenneth Fearing  64.50 Amazon Amazon Marketplace  USED, Coward McCann 1929 Hardcover  
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Kenneth Fearing  119.70 AmazonUK AmazonUK  USED, Coward McCann 1929 Hardcover
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14. ANGEL ARMS [Buy it!]

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Kenneth Fearing  64.50 Biblio 100 POCKETS  New York, NY: Coward McCann, Inc, 1929. Text/NEAR NEW w/sporadic light brown spotting (acidic paper reaction). Beige linen boards/VG; sound with surface soiling & marked spine discoloration. DJ/None. Anthology. First published volume of powerful verse from major American poet and novelist of the Depression era Kenneth Fearing (1902 - 1961), social activist and founding editor of Partisan Review. Collection of 24 poems. Lead, narrative poem is St. Agnes' Eve: "The dramatis personae include a fly-specked Mondday evening/ A cigar store with stagnant windows/ Two crooked streets/ Six policeman and Louiie Glatz... Louie holds up the cigar for $14.92, does not stop when Officer orders him to and whips out a gun. The poem explodes with "rat-a-tat-tats" and "blam-blam-blams". Dolan dead and moments later, Louie the Rat's soul "rose through his mouth in the form of a derby hat". A defintive version of the less definitive circumstances surrounding the Michael Brown, Ferguson, Missouri incident of August 9, 2014?. First Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. First Edition, First Thus. 1929. Coward McCann, Inc US  
15. Angel Arms By Kenneth Fearing [Buy it!]

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FEARING KENNETH  275.00 Biblio James Pepper Rare Books, Inc.  New York: Coward McCann, 1929. First Edition, First Printing. Signed and inscribed by Kenneth Fearing. “To Eltove, Cordially and - educationally? K.F.” With a number of corrections, deletions, and additions apparently by Fearing both in pencil and in ink. The book was later owned by musician Artie Shaw and is signed by him in ink on the front pastedown and has his bookplate. The book is hardbound in paper covered boards. The spine covering became detached at some point, and Artie Shaw wrote the book’s title in ink on the exposed fabric mesh of the spine. The boards have rubbing at the extremities, else very good. Arthur Jacob Arshawsky (1910 - 2004), better known as Artie Shaw, started out his career in music at thirteen as a saxophone player and switched to the clarinet at sixteen. He gained experience and skill while on the road at a young age which lead to steady work in the 30s as a session musician and performing with various bands and orchestras and on radio. His first critical acclaim came with his performance of “Interlude in B-flat" at a swing concert at the Imperial Theater in New York in 1935. And during the swing era, Shaw's big band enjoyed such enduring hits like Cole Porter's "Begin the Beguine" and Hoagy Carmichael's "Stardust," "Back Bay Shuffle,” "Moonglow,” "Rosalie," "Frenesi," and "Summit Ridge Drive." Throughout his career he worked with many of the great jazz musicians and vocalists of his day, including Helen Forrest, Mel Torme, drummers ...  
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FEARING Kenneth  125.00 Biblio Lorne Bair Rare Books  New York: Coward McCann, 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. 12mo (19.5cm.); original boards in cream decorative dust jacket; v,[6]-64pp. A few short closed tears to jacket extremities, the whole uniformly dust-soiled; tape repair to verso of spine ends. About Very Good. Forms part of the Song of Today Series. Radical poetry by the founding editor of the Partisan Review. 1929. Coward McCann US  
17. Angel Arms [Buy it!]

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Fearing Kenneth  75.00 Biblio Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB  New York: Coward McCann, 1929. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 1929, First Edition of the author's first book. Hardcover, blue cloth. Very Good a Good dust jacket. Minor shelfwear to the spine ends; previous owner's bookplate to the front pastedown; light straining tot he front inner hinge. Clean contents. The DJ is split along the majority of the fold where the spine meets the front panel, but it is still attached at the lower 2 inches; spine faded; shallow loss at spine ends; 2 think pieces missing from the front panel. Overall an attractive copy, with the DJ now protected in mylar. Fearing is known as 'The poet of the American Depression.' From the publisher's Songs of Today Series. 1929. Coward McCann US  
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