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Douglas Dunn, born 1942, is a Scottish born writer of poetry and prose, whose work is said to be in the vein of Larkin. His work is well regarded, both by critics and increasingly by collectors. His first editions are very accessible with even the earliest titles available at very reasonable prices (at the time of writing!). I believe, many writers in this genre suffer, in terms of valuable books, because of the format. Softcover booklets and pamphlets are simply less desirable and most feel limited in terms of what they will pay for such items, regardless of rarity. The English editions were all published first and we have included the American 1sts as and when applicable.
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Title   Date Notes
Terry Street Faber 1969 US: 1969 Chilmark
Backwaters Review 1971 Wrappers
Night POTMC 1971 Signed broadsheet
The Happier Life Faber 1972 US: nd Chilmark
Love or Nothing Faber 1974 Wraps
Corporal Punishment Sycamore 1975 Broadside
Barbarians Faber 1979 Wraps
St Kilda's Parliament Ditto 1981 Paperback
Douglas Dunn. Writers in Brief NBL 1981  
Europa's Lover Bloodaxe 1982 Softcover
Elegies Faber 1985 Hardcover 1st
Secret Villages Ditto 1985 US: 1985 Dodd Mead
Selected Poems 1964-1983 Ditto 1986 Hardback first
Under the Influence - Philip Larkin EUP 1987  
Northlight Ditto 1988 as above
New and Selected... 1966-1988 Ecco 1989 US only
Poll Tax the Fiscal Fake Chatto 1990  
The Topical Muse   1990 Wraps not dated
Dante's Drum-Kit Faber 1993  
Garden Hints CAP 1993 50 copies, wraps
Boyfriends and Girlfriends Faber 1995  
The Donkey's ears Faber 2000 Wraps
The Year's Afternoon Ditto 2000  
New Selected.. 1964-1999 Faber 2002  

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