On Wordsworth's Prelude.
Lindenberger, Herbert [ William Wordsworth ].

Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1963. 1st edition. Good hardcover in fair dust jacket. Slight roll of spine and some bumping of corners heel of spine. Edges of cover are worn and there is slight foxing on top edges and sides of pages. Dj has chips missing along spine & spine edges. Dj is also scuffed with browning and rubbed along the spine. Previous author's name and address written on front page. Previous Owner was Robert Super, a noted scholar of Victorian Literature at the University of Michigan. Also included in book is newspaper clipping containing reviews on other books about Wordsworth. 316 pages with footnotes, 3 appendices, and an index. A study of William Wordsworth's poem "The Prelude." This series of essays examines the poems language, style, imagery, and organization. (Item ID: 3943)


Topic Notification

The oldest books are still only just out to those who have never read them. -- Samuel Butler
Site by Bibliopolis