Where Shall I Wander; New Poems. John Ashbery.
Where Shall I Wander; New Poems
Where Shall I Wander; New Poems
Where Shall I Wander; New Poems
Where Shall I Wander; New Poems

Where Shall I Wander; New Poems

New York: Ecco, 2005. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. TEMPORARILY REDUCED. WAS $35 NOW $20. A Fine copy of the first edition, first printing, in a Fine dust jacket, being tight and unread. The book presents fifty-one (51) Poems by John Ashbery, a Poet the New York Times Book Review described as a "National Treasure" and who Harold Bloom declared to be "America's greatest living Poet". This book, which the New York Times declared to be "A masterful collection from 'the grand old man of American poetry'", was a finalist for the National Book Award for Poetry. David Herd, in his review of this book for The Guardian, described the book as a "treat" and stated: "The cast of characters is large, and their lives are sad and funny. ... What flow through the poems all the time, forming them and breaking them up, are the conflicting voices of 21st-century America: the cheering ones, the demoralized ones, the soulless ones, the coercive ones." The review ended: "The way Wordsworth courted nature, Ashbery courts life, cajoling it, snaring it, coaxing it into being." A Fine, unread copy of this notable work. Fine / fine. Item #3092

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