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The Life of George Crabbe by his son

by Crabbe, George

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London: The Cresset press,. Hardback. 286pp. Life of the eighteenth century poet and doctor from Aldeburgh, Suffolk on which place he based his poem 'The Borough'. With introduction by Edmund Blunden. Rubbed and bumped to edges. Light foxing to page edges. Sound and clean. Very good copy. . Hardcover. First Edition. 1947.



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