Recently found at the used bookstore
Imitations by Robert Lowell. A collection of Lowell's free renderings of seventy European poems, from the French, German, Italian, and Russian. First published in 1961, the book was controversial for the liberties that Lowell took with the originals, basically rewriting them into his own poems. In spite of this, or even because of this, the volume exerts considerable attraction: the voice is excellent mid-period Lowell; and we can always go back to the originals, if we are conversant in French or Italian, to acquaint ourselves better with literature we might otherwise have missed. (I didn't know this at the time, but the day I bought this book was the anniversary of Lowell's death -- an odd coincidence.)
A Closer Walk with Christ by Raymond Thomas Gawronski, SJ (Our Sunday Visitor Press). A book describing in detail the steps of an Ignatian retreat. The author seems to be in the main stream of Catholicism, and not to be one of those Jesuits who want to be Episcopalian. I have read only the first 20-30 pages, but the book seems to contain many helpful directions toward deepening one's life of prayer.