Charles Dickens
Swinburne, Algernon Charles

London: Chatto & Windus, 1913. xx + 84 pages; with a preface and notes by the editor; Algernon Charles Swinburne (1837-1909) English poet and critic, associated with Rossetti & William Morris, after a breakdown due to intemperate living, submitted to the care of his friend Watts-Dunton, in whose house he continued to live in semiseclusion for the rest of his life. His first series of poems took the public by storm; he represented the last phase of the Romantic movement, giving a genuine and lasting contribution to the poetic scene. (Chambers); bound in dark blue polished cloth covered boards, cover gilt ruled, gilt spine titled, top edge gilt; kept very well in a custom light gray cloth slipcase, with full-length blue leather spine label, gilt titles; light edge and tips wear to the box and boards, one tiny nick to the label; very good plus condition, a handsome presentation. Very Good H (Item ID: 18979)

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