Wordsworth, Poet of the Unconquerable Mind : A Collection of Essays on Wordsworth's Poetry.
Weaver, Bennett. Edited by Charles L. Proudfit.

Ann Arbor: The George Wahr Publishing Co., 1965. First edition. Very good octavo hardcover in green binding without dust jacket. Wear and rubbing along the edges with bumping to the head and heel of the spine and a bit of scuffing to the covers with a small. Page edges are lightly browned. Inscription on the front pastedown endpaper from the editor (Proudfit) to the previous owner, Robert Super, a noted professor of literature at the University of Michigan. 109 pages. The essays are: 1. Wordsworth's Prelude: An Intimation of Certain Problems in Criticism, 2. Wordsworth's Prelude: The Poetic Function of Memory, 3. Wordsworth: Forms and Images, 4. Wordsworth: The Growth of a Poet's Mind, 5. Wordsworth: The Aesthetic Intimation, 6. Wordsworth's Prelude: The Shaping Spirit, 7. Wordswroth: The Property of Fortitude, 8. Wordsworth: Poet of the Unconquerable Mind. All of these essays have been reprinted from the various works they first appeared in. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 11889)


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