The Hollow Reed
by WRINN, Mary J. J
- Good with no dust jacket
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New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. Good with no dust jacket. 1935. Hardcover. In this work, the author seeks to engender an appreciation for poetry in younger readers. Using all or parts of famous poems, she explains the various types, styles and subjects of poems. The title is borrowed from a poem by William Blake. --- In green cloth-covered boards with titling and decoration in gilt. Volume lacks a dust jacket. --- With the beginnings of a split at front hinge, quite severe dulling to spine gilding, prior owner's signature and occasional inkings and pencilings, else a sound copy.; Tall Octavo - 9 to 10 in. tall; xix, 514 pages .
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- WRINN, Mary J. J
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