A Reader's Guide to T. S. Eliot: A Poem-by-Poem Analysis
by WILLIAMSON, George
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New York: The Noonday Press. Good+. 1957. Softcover. Stated first paperbound edition January 1957. Per a prefatory note, this work should be read ". . .in company with Eliot's Collected Poems and Four Quartets," as the texts of the poems themselves are not provided here. --- In stiff black wraps. A prior owner has left a few scattered notations and her signature behind on some leaves and on cover; and with spine reading creases; otherwise a tightly-bound, sound copy.; Octavo - 8 to 9 in. tall; 248 pages .
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