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1.   Honig, Edwin   Ends of the World and Other Plays   Picture
Publisher: Copper Beech Press [Providence, R. I.], 1983. 63 p.; paper; fine. Thirteen dramatic pieces. 'Most of these short plays were written for The Wastepaper Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. The Theatre has been the environmental child of an 'uncomfortable informal' group of writers— mainly Keith and Rosmarie Waldrop, James Schevill and myself— guided and misgiuded by a well-articulated decalogue of deceptive disposals. …Mock heroic, spastic Quixotes in love with the language of comic deployment, these pieces take off from contemporary events…' Stock# 25,698x. Contemporary American literature, verse, stage plays; small-press publication.

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2.   Honig, Edwin, b. 1919.   Survivals: Poems.   Picture
Publisher: October House, NY [1964]. 'First Edition'. 76 p., paper; good+. Thirty-nine poems, some previously published. Honig's third book of poetry. 'Whose watchword preserved me, I wonder,/ the day I survived/ the crash of my name?/ What hindsight recalled me so quickly/ from deadly December/ to scholarly May/ Through welters of meemies as I/ was about to be caught/ half split on a second?/ Hearing them whistle me past,/ I dared them doubly/ to cancel my breath./ Was I born in a foxhole, a null,/ to be nudged in the void,/ sent packing to death? …' (from Doom Walks). 26008.

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3.   Lope de Vega (Lope Félix de Vega Carpio), 1562-1635. Trueblood, Alan S. & Edwin Honig, 1919-2011, translators & editors.   La Dorotea. Translated and Edited by Alan S. Trueblood and Edwin Honig.   Picture
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass., Harvard UP, 1985. xix, 343 p., glossary; 24 cm. Although Lope de Vega is known as Spain's greatest dramatist, the work he regarded as his masterpiece is not one of his plays. La Dorotea (1632) is variously described as an autobiographical fiction, a closet drama, or a dialogue in prose with verse interspersed. New in dj; fine; gift quality. Stock#24513x.

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4.   Honig, Edwin, b 1919   The Foibles and Fables of an Abstract Man.   Picture
Publisher: Copper Beech Press, Providence, RI, 1979. 66 p., 21.5 cm. Twenty-three pieces, several previously published. 'Hung from a nail on the side of his head, all his dependencies dangle. Not just long-term items— widowed mother, divorced wife, growing children— but also the big ten days ahead, a pleasure trip to Portugal, a stint in Provence, a local crash-bang party./ While these are all hanging fire— being actual persons and events as well as abstract, pre-existent things depending on him to become real— a word on a slip of paper could stand for any of them as well as be it, plus all that remains after it's already been realized. Not just replicas but the thing itself in visual symbol, material sign, which in his mind happens to stand for it so lucidly, so conveniently. …' (Abstract Man). Stock # 25,699x. paper; fine.

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5.   Honig, Edwin and Susan M. Brown (translators and editors).   Poems of Fernando Pessoa.   Publisher: New York: Ecco Press, [1986]. 1st paperback edition. ISBN: 0880011238 Softcover Fine condition (corners crisp, no creases, no markings). A clean, fresh copy.

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6.   Honig, Edwin.   The Poet's Other Voice. Conversations on Literary Translation. Edwin Honig.   Picture
Publisher: Univ. Massachusetts Press, Amherst 1985. xiii, 218 p., portrait photos; 21.5 cm. Conversations with 11 poets on translating: Ben Belitt, Robert Fitzgerald, Michael Hamburger, Max Hayward, John Hollander, Edmund Keeley, Herbert Mason, Christopher Middleton, Octavio Paz, Willard Trask, Richard Wilbur. Biobibliographies, pp. 207-218. Green printed paper covers; spine faded, minor wear; VG. stock#846.

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7.   Honig, Edwin.   At Sixes.   Picture
Publisher: Burning Deck, Providence [c1974]. 20 unnumbered leaves; 12 cm. Passes for Nicanor Parra; Three for Free; Dream Tags. "Of 350 copies designed & printed by George Hodgkins this is number 191." Brown paper stamped in black & purple; fine. stock#847.

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8.   Pessoa, Fernando, 1888-1935. Honig, Edwin, translator. Paz, Octavio, 1914-1998.   Selected Poems by Fernando Pessoa including poems by his heteronyms...   Picture
Publisher: Swallow Press, Chicago [c1971]. x, 170 p.; 23.5 cm. Title continues: Alberto Caeiro, Ricardo Reis, Alvaro de Campos, as well as some of his English sonnets and selections from his letters, translated by Edwin Honig, with an Introduction by Octavio Paz. Portuguese and English on facing pages. Contents include Pessoa or the Imminence of the Unknown by Octavio Paz; Alberto Caeiro, from The Shepherd (9 verses) and from Disjunctive Poems (2); Ricardo Reis, from Odes (10); Alvaro de Campos, from Poems (8); Fernando Pessoa, from Uncollected Poems (1930-1935) (9); English Poems, from 35 Sonnets (1918) (10); Letters and other writings explaining the heteronyms (3); Some Biographical Dates. "Edwin Honig's translation retains the variety of voices of the heteronyms and creates a moving English idiom for Pessoa's intricate sensibilities." Orange pictorial dj printed in white & black; spine faded, small scrapes, small closed tear; VG with Honig's dated ink presentation inscription to Janet & George Sullivan, educators and Providence neighbors. stock#848

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9.   Honig, Edwin   Dark Conceit. The Making of Allegory   Picture
Publisher: Cambridge / A Boar's Head Book / Walker-deBerry, MDCCCCLX [1960]. xii, [1], 210 p., index; 21.5 cm. First published 1959 by Northwestern University Press. First edition thus; "the first book in English to treat allegory seriously in terms of literary creation and literary criticism." Contents include Foreground; Conception (The Traditional Book: Myth and its Interpreters; The World as Text: Shifting Current of the Ideal; The Ideal of Love: Natural Woman Redeemed; Romanticism: The Autonomy of Art and the Hero; The Object Rediscovered: Signifying the Irrational); Construction (Polarities: The Metamorphosis of Opposites; Dream Artifice: The Familiar Unknown; Talisman and Initiation: Signs of the Hero as Missioner); Authority; Identification (The Expanding Analogy; Irony: The Meaning of Incongruity; Dialectic Transfer: The Idea in Action); The Ideal (The Epic: The Hero and his Cultural Burden; Satire: The Heroic Dethroned; Pastoral: Resurrection of Lost Paradises; The Real and the Ideal Reconciled). White paper covers soiled, spine darkened; copy of Prof. Walter R. Davis with his pencil notes; good. stock#978.

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10.   Honig, Edwin.   Four Springs.   Picture
Publisher: Swallow Press, Chicago [c1972 / c1967]. [6], 60 p.; 22.5 cm. First published as "Spring Journal" by Hellcoal Press, Providence, April 1968 (Hellcoal Pamphlet Series Vol. I no. 2). "A long poem in four major sections", each a "sequence of shorter poems"... "broadly elegiac"... "concerns of the man thinking, in dialogue with himself..." Yellow cloth, spine stamped in black; yellow dj; spine faded, edges a little worn; a few tiny marginal pencil ticks in the first few pages; VG. stock#3037.

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11.   Honig, Edwin. Miller, Mary Owings, editor.   The Moral Circus. Poems By Edwin Honig.   Picture
Publisher: Contemporary Poetry, Baltimore, 1955. Contemporary Poetry Library Series, Volume Eight. 37 p.; 22 cm. 25 poems. Inscribed in ink on the flyleaf to Bob Sullivan. Green cloth stamped in gold; white dj stamped in green; dj soiled, top edge chipped; good+. stock#3038.

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12.   Honig, Edwin.   The Gazabos: Forty-One Poems and The Widow, a verse play in one act by Edwin Honig.   Picture
Publisher: Clarke & Way, NY [c1961; Thistle Press]. viii, 71 p.; 22 cm. "Above all I admire vigor, freshness, mystery-- and want them at work in my poetry." Striped blue paper covers; spine sunned, edges darkened, minor wear; good. stock#3060.

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13.   Honig, Edwin.   In Defense of Allegory.   Picture
Publisher: in The Kenyon Review, Vol. XX No. 1, winter 1958, pp. 1-19. Article from Kenyon Review, excerpted with covers & re-stapled; 19 p.; 22.5 cm. Orange wraps stamped in green; minor wear; good. stock#102107.

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14.   Vinal, Harold, editor. Hawkes, John. [Honig, Edwin]   Voices: A Journal of Poetry. January-April 1961, Number 174.   Picture
Publisher: Portland, Maine, Progressive Printing, 1961. 56 p.; 23 cm. Poetry by Philip Booth (2), Arthur Freeman (2), D. J. Hughes, David Ignatow (2), David Jacques, Anthony Kerrigan, William Meredith (2), Augustus Napier (3), Marian Parry (2), Charles Philbrick (2), F. D. Reeve (2), George Starbuck (2), Byron Vazakas; article, "The Voice of Edwin Honig", by John Hawkes; four reviews by Napier, Spingarn, Pendleton, Hughes. White wraps stamped in black & grey; minor wear & scuffing; ink note on front; good. stock#3091.

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15.   Honig, Edwin, b, 1919   The Foibles and Fables of an Abstract Man.   Picture
Publisher: Providence, RI, Copper Beech Press, 1979. 66 p., 21.5 cm. Twenty-three pieces, several previously published. 'Hung from a nail on the side of his head, all his dependencies dangle. Not just long-term items— widowed mother, divorced wife, growing children— but also the big ten days ahead, a pleasure trip to Portugal, a stint in Provence, a local crash-bang party./ While these are all hanging fire— being actual persons and events as well as abstract, pre-existent things depending on him to become real— a word on a slip of paper could stand for any of them as well as be it, plus all that remains after it's already been realized. Not just replicas but the thing itself in visual symbol, material sign, which in his mind happens to stand for it so lucidly, so conveniently. …' (Abstract Man). Inscribed "For Vince [Tomas] in our lonely splendor Edw" Stock# 102,462, Fine / paperback.

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16.   Calderón de la Barca, Pedro, 1600-1681. Honig, Edwin, translator   Calderón de la Barca: Six Plays. Translated and with introductions by Edwin Honig   Picture
Publisher: New York: IASTA Press, ©1993. x, 452 p.; 23 cm. Contents: Secret vengeance for secret insult; Devotion to the Cross; The mayor of Zalamea; The phantom lady; Life is a dream; The crown of Absalom. Stock#45409x. fine, as new / soft cover.

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17.   Honig, Edwin   Calderón and the Seizures of Honor   Picture
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1972. ix, 271 p., front.; 22 cm. "Honig shows that the concern with honor that touches Calderón's best plays is not only at the heart of the humanist tradition in Renaissance drama but, subject to a few modifications of feeling and thought, is also basic to the strong moral imagination that is admired in Camus, Faulkner, Pirandello, and Pasternak." Stock#45411. Vg / dj vg.

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18.   Honig, Edwin   The Poet's Other Voice. Conversations on Literary Translation   Picture
Publisher: Amherst, University of Massachusetts Press, 1985. xiii, 218 p., portraits; 22 cm. "The gamut of approaches represented here can be taken as typical of the poet-translator alert to the always beckoning possibilities of new poetic transformations. All eleven participants were engaged long enough in such transformative processes to articulate their views over a wide spectrum of achievement. Each translator examined the transcript of his conversation and made appropriate revisions... Several acknowledged that much unvoiced thought and feeling during decades of solitary practice emerged in ways they would not otherwise have expressed." Interviews with Willard Trask, John Hollander, Herbert Mason, Ben Belitt, Richard Wilbur, Robert Fitzgerald, Max Hayward, Edmund Keeley, Octavio Paz, Michael Hamburger, and Christopher Middleton. Biobibliographies, pp. 207-218. Paper; very minor shelf-wear; gift quality. stock#45377.

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19.   Honig, Edwin. García Lorca, Federico, 1898-1936   García Lorca. The Makers of Modern Literature   Picture
Publisher: Norfolk, Conn., New Directions Books [1948; c1944]. 3 p. l., v-xi, 242 p., front. (port.); 18.5 cm. Considered the first noteworthy study of Lorca. Owner signature of Alan S. Trueblood, who translated Lorca and who help attract Edwin Honig to Brown University. Stock#45785. Vg/ dj good, well worn.

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20.   Honig, Edwin   Dark Conceit: the Making of Allegory   Picture
Publisher: Cambridge: A Boar's Head book / Walker-deBerry, 1960. xii, 210 p.; 21.5 cm. Cover title: Allegory and Its Use By Melville, Hawthorne, James, Lawrence, Joyce & Kafka. Originally published Evanston, Northwestern University Press, 1959. Stock#45794. Good+, covers sunned / soft cover.

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21.   Lope de Vega (Lope Félix de Vega Carpio), 1562-1635. Trueblood, Alan S, 1917-2012 . & Edwin Honig, translators & editors   La Dorotea. Translated and Edited by Alan S. Trueblood and Edwin Honig   Picture
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass., Harvard UP, 1985. xix, 343 p., glossary; 24 cm. Although Lope de Vega is known as Spain's greatest dramatist, the work he regarded as his masterpiece is not one of his plays. La Dorotea (1632) is variously described as an autobiographical fiction, a closet drama, or a dialogue in prose with verse interspersed. Alan Trueblood's own copy with some inserted notes. Stock#45833. Good+, / dj good+, worn.

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22.   Garcia Lorca, Federico, 1898-1936. Honig, Edwin, translator   Divan & Other Writings [by] Federico García Lorca. New Versions by Edwin Honig   Picture
Publisher: [Providence, R.I., Copper Beach Press, 1974]. 98 p.; 21.5 cm. Translation of Diván del Tamarit and other poems. "Earlier versions of these writings appeared under the title 'Little Known Writings of Federico Garcia Lorca' by Edwin Honig, New Directions Prose and Poetry #8, 1944. Copper Beach was Ed Honig's own press. Stock#45862. Vg / paper.

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23.   Honig, Edwin.   Garcia Lorca.   Publisher: Norfolk, Connecticut: New Directions.. First Edition, 1944. In the Makerf of Modern Literature series, same format as the New Classics. Red cloth stamped in dark blue, in blue, pale green and cream dustwrapper. Fine/Near Fine Plus. Price-clipped. 232pp, with Index. Full-scale critical review. F Dust Jacket Included Hardcover

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24.   Honig, Edwin.   Shake a Spear With Me, John Berryman: New Poems and a Play.   Publisher: Providence: Copper Beech Press, 1974.. ISBN: 0914278029 8vo. 62 pp. Light staining to bottom edge of text block. Binding tight, pages clean. Inscribed and signed to half-title, signed to title. Collection of poems and one verse play. Paperback Paperback Near Fine

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25.   Honig, Edwin.   Four Springs.   Publisher: Chicago: The Swallow Press, 1972.. ISBN: 080400580x 8vo. 60 pp. Head of spine bumped. Dj has small tear to top edge, light rubbing to corners, spine sunned. Inscribed and signed to ffep, signed to title page. Long poem in four sections. Long and short line combination. Cloth Cloth Near Fine in Near Fine dj

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26.   Honig, Edwin.   Survivals.   Publisher: New York: October House, 1964.. 8vo. 76 pp. Light foxing to spine, light rubbing to spine ends and corners. Signed and inscribed to first page. Collection of poetry in four parts. Honig's third book of poetry. Paperback Paperback Near Fine

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27.   Honig, Edwin.   Calisto & Melibea.   Publisher: Providence: Hellcoal Press: Brown University, 1972.. 8vo. 57 pp. Spine ends and corners are lightly bumped, with minimal sunning along spine. Signed and inscribed by the author. Limited to 350 copies. Hellcoal First edition series, Vol.1, No.2 1972. Paperback Booklet Paperback Booklet Very Good

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28.   Honig, Edwin.   Calisto & Melibea.   Publisher: Providence: Hellcoal Press: Brown University, 1972.. 8vo. 57 pp. Spine ends and corners are lightly bumped, with sunning along spine. Limited to 350 copies. Paperback Booklet Paperback Booklet Very Good

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29.   HONIG, Edwin   Spring Journal   Publisher: [Prividence]: Hellcoal Press, Brown University, 1968. Small 4to. Wraps. [20] p . Hellcoal Pamphlet Series, Volume One, No. 2. 1st ed. Fine.

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30.   Honig, Edwin   The Gazabos: Forty-One Poems and The Widow, a verse play in one act (signed)   Picture
Publisher: New York: Clarke & Way (1961). 8vo. Printed wraps. viii, 71pp. Inscribed by the author to another poet. Several lightly penciled check marks next to titles of some of the poems, spine lightly sunned else Very Good.

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31.   Zaleski, Jean, 1925-2010. Honig, Edwin, 1919-2011   Cow / Lines. Cows by Jean Zaleski. Lines by Edwin Honig   Picture
Publisher: Providence, Rhode Island, Copper Beach Press (1982), 1982. 1 sheet, illus.; 84 x 21 cm. folded to 8 x 21 cm. Consists of a strip formed from two joined sheets, folded accordion-style to form 22 pages on each side, with Honig's poem and part of Zaleski's illustrations on the inside and the remaining illustration on the outside. First & last outside page attached to tan stiff-paper covers with label mounted on top cover. May be viewed and read as two-page spreads or as the unfolded whole. Issued in tan stiff paper slipcase. This copy belonged to Honig, who was also publisher of the Copper Beech Press. Stock#OB980. Vg as new / slipcase vg.

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32.   Williams, Oscar and Edwin Honig editors   MENTOR BOOK OF MAJOR AMERICAN POETS   Publisher: Mentor New York NY 1962. Eleventh Printing Paperback Very Good with no dust jacket; Wear at edges. Small water stain in lower right hand corner. Creases in spine ; Mass Market PB; 535 pages

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33.   Honig, Edwin   Spring Journal: Poems   Publisher: Middletown, Connecticut Wesleyan University Press na. Hardback with dustjacket; first edition; 63 pages; erratum inlay on page 30. Book is near fine: no apparent flaws; dustjacket is very good: very slight wear, no chipping; front flap has been clipped; now protected by mylar; text is clean and tight; book appears unread.

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