Lot 50 of 725:
3 items commemorating American poet Raymond Carver  

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Three items about Raymond Carver

Carver, James

San Francisco

Sore Dove Press

Various dates



  • Memories of Ray. Introduction and cover art by Soheyl Dahi. Wrappers. Sore Dove Chapbook Series No. 13. 2007. No. 79 of 100 copies, signed by James Carver and Soheyl Dahi.
  • Full Circle: Raymond Carver & Our Family. Wrappers, along with an original painting, signed by Soheyl Dahi, housed within a CD-rom plastic case. Sore Dove Chapbook Series No. 17. 2008. Signed by James Carver on the title page. No. "X" of 26 lettered copies, signed by Carver at the colophon.
  • Photograph card of Raymond Carver, published by Sore Dove Press, 2008. No. 5 of 50 copies. Signed by James Carver on verso.

Raymond Carver (1938-1988) was an American short story writer and poet. This lot contains 3 items made in his memory, two of which are written by his brother James Carver.

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