Clinical sonnets. New York: Twayne Publishers, .
8vo. 72 pp. Original publisher's cloth, in original dust-jacket, small tear to spine. Moore's inscription on fly-leaf. From the library of the Priests, with their bookplate. $350.00
First edition, first printing. "Every doctor could prepare his own Kinsey Report from his consulting-room experiences, and in a sense Dr. Moore has done just that. . . ." The verses were written about many of the patients in Moore's psychiatric practice, giving us "intimate glimpses of proper and improper Bostonians." Sonnet titles include His problem; She told me she had become a vaginal ear!; and Locked in a prison with an invisible key.