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English Literature in our Time and the University: The Clark Lectures 1967 by  F. R Leavis - First edition - 1969 - from C L Hawley and Biblio.co.uk

English Literature in our Time and the University: The Clark Lectures 1967

by Leavis, F. R

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London: Chatto & Windus,. Hardback. 200pp. A defence of his subject by F. R. Leavis. The lectures, which strongly focus on T. S. Eliot and also on D. H. Lawrence, are presented with a long introduction by Leavis and 3 appendices including a letter to The Times, by Leavis, in 1968. Some pencil notes and underlining etc. Brown boards with gilt titles to spine. Slightly bumped to points. Dust wrapper is rubbed with s number of small chips and a couple of linger closed tears. Good+ copy in fair dw. . Hardcover. First edition. 1969.




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