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BROOKE, Stopford A.

Tennyson: His Art and Relation to Modern Life.

London, Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons Ltd., 1907 Stock Code: 98515
£125.00

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First published in 1894. A most attractive copy of "the most extensive critical commentary on Tennyson's poetry written in the late nineteenth century" (Laurence W. Mazzeno, Alfred Tennyson: the Critical Legacy, p. 39).

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Description

Octavo (212 x 132 mm). Contemporary tree calf by Bickers, richly gilt spine, dark brown label, gilt roll-tool border on sides, marbled edges and endpapers.

Condition

Prize label on front pastedown, gilt stamp of South Hampstead High School on front cover. Joints just split at head.

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