Snyder, Gary. A Range of Poems.

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Snyder, Gary. A Range of Poems. London, Fulcrum Press 1966

8vo. Beige publishers boards with gilt lettering on spine, Brown paper dust jacket with black calligraphic title text, pp. [8] 9-163 [1], various illusltrations throughout and photograph of poet to frontispiece, bumped at corners, splaying of boards, chipped at top edge of wrapper and slightly creased, very good.
First edition with errata slip to final page
The Paris Review describes Snyder as "America's primary poet-celebrant of the wilderness" and he is frequently regarded as an influential Thoreau of the Beat renaissance. A Range of Poetry is the first comprehensive assortment of Snyder's work, including his early books Rip Rap, Cold Mountain and Myths and Texts alongside the first publication of later work Black Country and Miyazawa Kenji.