Literature & Fiction / Literature - Poetry and Drama / The Glass Tower by Nicolas Moore   drawings by Lucien Freud Nicolas Moore   drawings by Lucien Freud Editions Poetry  London, 1944: first edition board book with decorative  covers, yellow palm tree on black to front, black palm tree on yellow to back: black spine with gilt lettering: no dust jacket: approximately 5.6 x 8.6 inches tall: 127 pages: illustrated by Lucien Freud with inset and full-page black and white and colour drawings.  Contents: -- A selection of poetry presented in two parts, entitled as follows:  Part One : -- Poem for the New Year.  Fire.  Poem  In Time of Ravens.  Death is a Very Beautiful Witch.  Poem The Day of Sorrow.  Poem Into the Dancing Days.  To  the Three Kings.  Poem It Is Better That I Dally.  The Rare Poet.  The Innocent.  Poem Across Years  Weary with the Depth of Sin.  Poem in Times of Symbols.  Love Paints Its Pictures.  Poem Writing Improbable Stories.  Poem With the Ill Wreaths.  The Stars and Tears.  Poem It Is Easy.  Poem Burnt in the Berries.  The Bridge, the Ghost, the Morning.  Part Two: -- Poem about Faith.  Who Sees the Coming of the Morning.  The Island and The Cattle . Poem Can We Know Birds?  Song.  The Flag.  The Double Yew.  Song.  The Ruin and the Sun.  Requiem.  You look like History.  Memorial Sonnet.  Elegy for Granville Craig.  Elizabeth.  Grief At the Centre.  William Langland.  The Waves of Red Balloons.  The Form of the Ship.  Buzzing Around with a Bee.  Yesterday's Sailors.  Let Us Remember  the Heron.  Valediction for Maurice.  Elegy in the Winter.  Song.   Lyric for Max Ernst.  Analogy from a Night Club.  The Highlands and The Poet.  Three Contemporary Fables.  The Epitaph .  Caesar, The Ladies, and the Museum.  Elegy: The Little Black Box.  The Dog's Days.  The Colour of Reality.  Song.  In Summertime.  Oh Anagrammatic History!.   The Golden Swordfish.  Elegy for Four Jazz Players.  The Unicorns.  Nobility and The Pear.  The Soldier in the Ice.  Elegy pour  L'Homme Mort.  The Dream of the Luckies.  The Glass Tower.  The Return of William Shakespeare.  The Five Peculiar Gulls.  Condition: spine shelf faded: corners bumped: slight rubbing to upper front cover edge.  Ownership inscription in ink dated 24.1.45.  Endpapers foxed.  Booksellers small plate to back endpaper: contents very clean: overall good and collectable used books
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  • Book Title: The Glass Tower
  • Author: Nicolas Moore drawings by Lucien Freud
  • ISBN: MW001854333
  • Publisher: Editions poetry London
  • Year Published: 1944
  • Status: Sold - We are currently out of stock for this title

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