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1 MOORE, Roger Broken Ghosts. First Edition
0864920822 Goose Lane, 1986, 1986 0864920822 / 9780864920829 
MOORE, Roger. Broken Ghosts. (Fredericton, New Brunswick) : Goose Lane, (1986). First Edition. Pp (8),9-69,(3). 8vo, purple & white art-illustrated cardcovers, no lettering to spine. Cover illustration by Stephen May. With mauve endpapers.

"Published by Fiddlehead Poetry Books and Goose Lane Editions Ltd." Despite this assertion, it is the Goose Lane logo on the title page and rear cover.

Roger Moore ( b. 1944, on the Gower Peninsula, Wales).
His second collection of poems.

Includes :
"Auto-da-fe",
"After the Storm",
"Brecon Beacons",
"Butterflies",
"Cason de Guernica",
"Catching Crickets, Caging Them, and Making Them Sing",
"Clare",
"Danse macabre",
"Coal",
"Columbus Square",
"Cows",
"Cynic",
"Eggs",
"Dissolution: Tintern Abbey",
"Dogfight",
"Evora",
"Fall",
"Feeding Time",
"Green Banks",
"It's All in the Mind...",
"Heron",
"In the Sistine Chapel of Romantic Art: Basilica of San Isidoro, Leon, Spain",
"Lessons",
"Lorca",
"Not Down the Up",
"Repossession",
"On Leaving Astorga",
"On the Shores of Time",
"Poem",
"Prize Bull",
"Snow Angel",
"Statues",
"Strange Pilgrims",
"This Carving May Be Gently Touched",
"The Naples Manuscript",
"Triumph Hotel",
"War Games",
"Twenty Years On",
"Winter Retreat", and
"Within".

Lightly rubbed else very good. 10.00


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2 MOORE, Roger Broken Ghosts. First Edition, Signed
Goose Lane, Fredericton, 1986, 1986 0864920822 / 9780864920829 
MOORE, Roger. Broken Ghosts. (Fredericton, New Brunswick) : Goose Lane, (1986). First Edition. Pp (8),9-69,(3). 8vo, purple & white art-illustrated cardcovers, no lettering to spine. Cover illustration by Stephen May. With mauve endpapers.

"Published by Fiddlehead Poetry Books and Goose Lane Editions Ltd." Despite this assertion, it is the Goose Lane logo on the title page and rear cover.

Roger Moore ( b. 1944, on the Gower Peninsula, Wales).
His second collection of poems.

Includes :
"Auto-da-fe",
"After the Storm",
"Brecon Beacons",
"Butterflies",
"Cason de Guernica",
"Catching Crickets, Caging Them, and Making Them Sing",
"Clare",
"Danse macabre",
"Coal",
"Columbus Square",
"Cows",
"Cynic",
"Eggs",
"Dissolution: Tintern Abbey",
"Dogfight",
"Evora",
"Fall",
"Feeding Time",
"Green Banks",
"It's All in the Mind...",
"Heron",
"In the Sistine Chapel of Romantic Art: Basilica of San Isidoro, Leon, Spain",
"Lessons",
"Lorca",
"Not Down the Up",
"Repossession",
"On Leaving Astorga",
"On the Shores of Time",
"Poem",
"Prize Bull",
"Snow Angel",
"Statues",
"Strange Pilgrims",
"This Carving May Be Gently Touched",
"The Naples Manuscript",
"Triumph Hotel",
"War Games",
"Twenty Years On",
"Winter Retreat", and
"Within".

Spine sunned, lightly rubbed else very good. Signed, with an inscription, by Moore. 15.00

Price: 15.00 CDN
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3 MOORE, Roger Fiddlehead Poetry Books No.266 Last Year in Paradise. signed
1979, 
MOORE, Roger. Last Year in Paradise. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1979. Pp (4),5-64. 8vo, trade paperback. Poetry by a Welsh New Brunswicker. Vg-fine. Signed presentation copy. 10.00

Price: 8.50 CDN
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4 MOORE, Roger Sun and Moon : Poems from Oaxaca, Mexico. signed
Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, 2000, ISBN:189530654x 
MOORE, Roger. Last Year in Paradise. (Halifax : Mount Saint Vincent University, April 2000). Pp (10),i-v,(1),1-57,(3). 8vo, trade paperback. Poetry by a Welsh New Brunswicker. Vg. Signed presentation copy. 15.00

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5 QUEVEDO, Francisco de) MOORE, Roger. MOORE, Roger. Towards a Chronology of Quevedo's Poetry.
York Press, Fredericton, N.B., 1977, ISBN:0919966020 
MOORE, Roger. Towards a Chronology of Quevedo's Poetry. (Fredericton, N.B.): York Press, (1977). First Edition. Pp [1]-60,(4). 8vo, printed white car d covers. “Francisco de Quevedo (1580-1645) is one of the finest and most innovative poets of Spain's Golden Age. At one time he was renowned mainly for his satirical verse, but now, thanks to a number of new studies and editions, his other works are better known. Dr. Roger Moore analyzes the evolution of Quevedo's style and divides the love poetry of this great Spanish poet into five major chronological periods. This work, although brief, cannotbe ignored, for it will play a major role in future studies on Quevedo. [. ..] Dr. Moore teaches Spanish and French at St. Thomas University, Fredericton, N.B.” - from the back cover. Very good. Uncommon. 60.00

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