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Richard Hovey: Man and Craftsman.

by Macdonald, Allan Houston

Condition: Covers slightly spotted, contents are clean and tight. Dust jacket is price-clipped and shows wear.


Duke University Press, Durham, 1957.. Covers slightly spotted, contents are clean and tight. Dust jacket is price-clipped and shows wear.. Green cloth hardcover binding, 8vo. 265 pages, including bibliography.Frontispiece. From the Library of Basil O'Connor, with his stamp on front pastedown.
  • Bookseller: The Good Times Bookshop US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 864
  • Title: Richard Hovey: Man and Craftsman.
  • Author: Macdonald, Allan Houston
  • Book condition: Used - Covers slightly spotted, contents are clean and tight. Dust jacket is price-clipped and shows wear.
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Duke University Press, Durham
  • Date published: 1957.
  • Keywords: Literary Criticism, Dartmouth College, Bliss Carman, Vagabondia, Oscar Wilde.

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