Title: To Eberhart from Ginsberg: A Letter About HOWL 1956: an explanation by Allen Ginsberg of his publication HOWL and Richard Eberhart's New York Times article ''West Coast Rhythms'' together with comments by both poets and relief etchings by Jerome Kaplan
Author: Allen Ginsberg, Richard Eberhart
Illustrator: Jerome Kaplan
Description: Limited first edition, signed by both Ginsberg and Eberhart and numbered [193/300]; first edition of 1500 copies of which 300 were signed. Board in blue cloth with silver lettering on spine and front cover. A little soiling on front cover. 45 pages. 9.2 x 6.2 inches. Placed in a removable, clear archival sleeve.
Allen Ginsberg's letter to Richard Eberhart (dated May 18, 1956), being an explanation of Howl, and Eberhart's article in the New York Times Book Review (September 1956), ''West Coast Rhythms'', together with additional comments by both poets, written in 1975. Relief etching portraits of Ginsberg and Eberhart by Jerome Kaplan.
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: Penmaen Press
Place: [Lincoln, Massachusetts]
Keywords: Howl, beat poetry, beat generation,
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