- Goldbarth, Albert
New Rivers Press, New York, 1973, Wraps, , , Good
83 pp. Limited to 600 copies, 400 of which were paper. With a copy of the New Rivers list for 1973 laid in (14'' X 7.25''). Bumping to corners, a stain at the bottom of the spine affecting only the wraps, else very good. Contents: I. Introduction to Physical Anthropology: Coprolites; Throat; Unearthed; II. Interstices: Dialogue: William Harvey; and Joan of Arc; Dialogues: Johann Joachim Winkelmann and Joseph Busch; Alkest, Property of M. Valerius Aurus; and Nicolas Flamel; III. Archaeology: Source Material: The Fisher's Wish; from Translations from the American; Witch Trial, Transcript; Translation, Epic Fragments; IV. Shadow and Light in History: Singing the Tree; The Life and Death of the Body Cell; Hospital; A Tour of the Midwest; Letter back to Oregon; V. Coda: Things I've Put in This Poem. ''later, I eat a fig. / A long time for a seed to travel / body to body, age to age. / Exactly what time? Coprolites: / a scientist cracks open human feces / fossilized ages ago, a clock / stopped once and syaing its mesage / forever. I walk into the night''