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CLARK, Leonard, 1905-1981 : PASSAGE TO THE POLE AND OTHER POEMS.
London : Fortune Press, (1944). First edition. An early collection of forty poems, including “Enigma”, “Checkmate Every Move”, “Biological Experiment”, “No Discount for Cash”, etc.
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CLARK, Leonard, 1905-1981 : SINGING IN THE STREETS : POEMS FOR CHRISTMAS.
London : Dennis Dobson, (1972). First edition. A presentation copy, inscribed, signed with forename and dated (1972) by Leonard Clark. A collection of twenty-seven poems, with a preface by Edmund Blunden. Includes “Eve of Christmas”, “Christmas Rose”, “The Manger”, etc.
CLARK, Leonard, 1905-1981 : THE HEARING HEART.
London : Enitharmon Press, 1974. First edition : [one of 230 copies (of 500) in hardback]. A collection of thirty poems, printed at the Daedalus Press. Includes “Children of Islington”, “The Day Hardy Died”, “Learning by Heart”, etc.
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COOK, R.L. (Robert Leslie), 1921- – editor : A GARLAND OF POEMS FOR LEONARD CLARK ON HIS 75TH BIRTHDAY, AS A TRIBUTE TO HIS ACHIEVEMENTS AS A POET AND IN THE CAUSE OF POETRY.
Kinnesswood : Lomond Press / London : Enitharmon Press, 1980. First edition : limited to 400 copies. Includes previously unpublished poems by Martin Booth, Patric Dickinson, David Gascoyne, W. S. Graham, Michael Hamburger, Seamus Heaney, John Heath-Stubbs, Phoebe Hesketh, Frances Horovitz, Ted Hughes, James Kirkup, George MacBeth, Norman Nicholson, William Oxley, Kathleen Raine, Peter Redgrove, Edward Storey, R. S. Thomas and more.
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