by Brooke, Rupert
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London Sidgwick & Jackson, 1911, First Edition. hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. -- Hardcover. Condition: good (spine crown worn 1/8-inch; spine label darkened and chipped but all lettering present; binding cracked at p.32; tic mark in contents; very faint tanning to margins; one page roughly cut). -- Rupert Brooke was iconized as a tragic figure after his death in World War I, but [Jon Stallworthy] considers him "a poet of peace, a celebrant of friendship, love, and laughter.
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