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London:: Chatto & Windus,, 1951. First edition. Cloth. Near fine. Spine sunned and soiled. Top edge of pages dusted. Prev. owner's incript to ffep. Very occasional light pencil marginalia. Rfep. torn.
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- Primrose Hill Books (GB)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Elizabethan Lyrics
- Ing, Catherine
- Book condition
- Used - Near fine
- First edition
- Chatto & Windus,
- Place of Publication
- Date published
- Bookseller catalogs
- Poetry; Criticism and Theory;
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- First Edition
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