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VOL I

by RELIGIOUS TRENDS IN ENGLISH POETRY

Condition: Good


Good. Volume I only (1700-1740: Protestantism and the Cult of Sentiment); 1964 hardcover in dark red cloth, gitl titles; no dust jacket; pages clean, tight, unmarked; binding sound and square; darkening to covers; spine and back cover have a shallow horizontal indentation, as if a length of string had been tied around the book;ship same or next day in bubblewrap; email confirmation; standard mail takes 4-14 days; expedited mail takes 2-5 days; international orders shipped by global priority mail (5-7 days) whenever possible.


  • Bookseller: Miriam Rose Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: a16-0470e1
  • Title: VOL I
  • Author: RELIGIOUS TRENDS IN ENGLISH POETRY
  • Book condition: Used - Good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Hardcover

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