English Romantic Poets: Modern Essays in Criticism
by ABRAMS, M. H. (editor)
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New York: A Galaxy Book / Oxford University Press. Good+. 1960. Softcover. A series of scholarly essays examining aspects of the romantic poetry of noted English poets. With 3 or 4 essays per poet by various authors, focusing on the work of Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley and Keats. --- In blue wraps with image of a castle to front cover. A prior owner has left frequent penciled notations, and with spine reading creases, otherwise a tightly-bound, sound copy.; Octavo - 8 to 9 in. tall; viii, 384 pages .
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