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												Lives of the English Poets, Volume Two only (of two)   (Everyman's Library  #771) by  Samuel JOHNSON
	 - Hardcover
			 - 1961
		 - from Bluebird Books (SKU: 85355)

Lives of the English Poets, Volume Two only (of two) (Everyman's Library #771)

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Lives of the English Poets, Volume Two only (of two) (Everyman's Library #771)

by JOHNSON, Samuel

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London / New York: Everyman's Library: J. M. Dent / E. P. Dutton. Good+ in Very Good dust jacket. 1961. Hardcover. A 1961 reprint of the 1925 issuance. Volume 2 only of a two-volume set of Doctor Johnson's biographical sketches made of the principal English Poets. Originally published under the title "Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets" in 1779 through 1781. This volume covers poets William Congreve (1670-1728-29) to Thomas Gray (1716-1771). --- In Everyman's Library larger format binding style 4. Full blue cloth-covered boards with gilt-stamped spine titling and gilt interlocked "EL" in script at tail of spine; pale orange topstain. Volume wrapped in blue dust jacket with Leonard N. Breach drawing to front panel. --- With prior owner's signature to front free endpaper and frequent underlinings and marks in ink within the text, otherwise a sound, tightly-bound copy. Jacket with some yellowing to spine, else bright, intact and wrapped in removable archival mylar protector.; 12mo - 7 to 7-1/2 in. tall; v, 403 pages .


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Lives of the English Poets, Volume Two only (of two) (Everyman's Library #771)
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Used - Good+ in Very Good dust jacket
Everyman's Library: J. M. Dent / E. P. Dutton
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