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by (Eliot, T. S.) by M. C. [Murial Clara] Bradbrook

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London: Longmans, Green & Co., (1950). First edition. Literary criticism by Murial Clara Bradbrook, literary scholar, authority on Shakespeare, and first woman to become professor of English at Cambridge University. Published for The British Council and the National Book League and issued by Longmans as a supplement to "British Book News." Stapled paperwraps, 62 pp. Covers aged and darkened, otherwise very good to near fine.


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