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1914 and Other Poems by BROOKE.RUPERT.; - First Edition - from Paul Foster Books and Biblio.com

1914 and Other Poems

by BROOKE.RUPERT.;

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Sidgwick and Jackson Limited.London.,1915. FIRST EDITION.8vo.(7.7 x 5.4 inches).Portrait frontis from a photograph taken by Sherril Schell in 1913.A near fine copy in the publishers dark blue cloth with printed paper label on the spine which is a little darkened.A spare label is tipped in at the back of the book.Only 1000 copies were printed,published on 16th June 1915.:




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