Rod McKuen Lonesome Cities – Pocket Book A Collection of Love Poems and Lyrics
Publisher: Random House, New York
Year published: Stated First edition pocket edition February 1971
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket
Size: 4″ x 5-1/2″ tall (24mo)
Number of pages: 111
Weight: 4.8 oz.
Used. Good condition. Small pocket book. Writing and inscription in ink by the previous owner on front free page. Some foxing on the book cover and dust jacket. Page toning from oxidation. Interior pages nice and clean, free of writing. Price clipped off dust jacket. Folds/creases on inside front and back dust jacket, acceptable to good condition. Binding sturdy and tight.
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Rod McKuen was born in Oakland, California, in 1933, and grew up in California, Nevada, Washington, and Oregon. He has traveled extensively, both as a concert artist and as a writer. In the past three years his books of poetry have sold in excess of three million copies in hardcover, making him the best-selling poet not only of this age but probably of every other era as well. In addition, he is the composer of more than a thousand popular songs and several film scores…
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