Note: This is a different collection from the several other editions also titled Selected Poems, including those of 1923, 1928, 1934, and 1955, as well as several published after Frost’s death.
There was only one edition of this work, with only one printing.
|Only printing (November 13, 1936). 5 copies.|
*Copy 1 is in dust jacket; inscribed by Frost to Martin K. Howes (Class of 1926), with two lines from “The Grindstone.” Gift of the Estate of Martin K. Howes.
*Copy 2 is in dust jacket; with the bookseller’s label of B. H. Blackwell, Oxford. Gift of E. Porter Dickinson.
*Copy 3 is in dust jacket; with the bookplate of George F. Whicher (Class of 1910) and the bookseller’s label of B. H. Blackwell, Oxford. Gift of the Estate of George F. Whicher.
*Copy 4 is in dust jacket; inscribed by Frost to Katharine Cowles, with the full text of “Fragment written in England in 1914 or 13” (published in facsimile in Robert Frost: A Remembrance [Amherst, 1974]); with the bookseller’s label of B. H. Blackwell, Oxford. Gift of Katharine C. Cowles.
*Copy 5 is from the library of Hugo T. Saglio (Class of 1931); in dust jacket; with bookseller’s label of G. E. Stechert & Co., New York. Gift of the Estate of Hugo T. Saglio.
|A proof copy, in original printed green wrappers; marked: “Duplicate proof for retention. Does not contain proof reader’s marks.”|