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  • “1914” Five Sonnets“1914” Five SonnetsQuick View
  • A Choice of Kipling’s VerseA Choice of Kipling’s VerseQuick View
  • A Few Late ChrysanthemumsA Few Late ChrysanthemumsQuick View
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    • A Few Late Chrysanthemums

    • £15.00
    • An anthology of poetry grouped under the headings - medium, light and gloom -with a variety of subject and mood including poems entitled 'Christmas', 'Business Girls' 'The Olympic Girl' and 'How To Get On In Society'
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  • A Garland for the Laureate – Poems presented to Sir John Betjeman on his 75th birthdayA Garland for the Laureate – Poems presented to Sir John Betjeman on his 75th birthdayQuick View
  • A Masque of Reason (& A Masque of Mercy)A Masque of Reason (& A Masque of Mercy)Quick View
    • A Masque of Reason (& A Masque of Mercy)A Masque of Reason (& A Masque of Mercy)Quick View
    • A Masque of Reason (& A Masque of Mercy)

    • £20.00
    • Contains two so-called "New England Biblicals" (A Masque of Reason - 1945, A Masque of Mercy - 1947), plus Steeple Bush and other poems. The title piece is a comedy purporting to be a missing chapter of Job, while the Masque of Mercy takes on the story of Jonah.
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  • A Row of PharaohsA Row of PharaohsQuick View
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    • A Row of Pharaohs

    • £30.00
    • Patrick Creagh was a British poet and translator who lived for many years in Italy. This is his first volume of poems, and was a choice of the Poetry Book Society
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  • A Shropshire LadA Shropshire LadQuick View
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    • A Shropshire Lad

    • £30.00
    • Alfred Edward Housman (1859-1936) usually known as A.E. Housman, was an English poet and classical scholar, now best known for this cycle of poems. This made him one of the best-loved of his day, his verse demonstrating a simplicity of form that belied its hidden complexities. Haunting woodcut illustrations from…
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  • A Stitch In Time, or Pride prevents a FallA Stitch In Time, or Pride prevents a FallQuick View
  • A Witness TreeA Witness TreeQuick View
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    • A Witness Tree

    • £30.00
    • This collection was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1943. Most of the poems in this volume are short lyrics, published after several unfortunate tragedies had occurred in Frost's personal life, i.e. his daughter Marjorie's death in 1934, his wife's death in 1938, his son Carol's suicide in 1940.…
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  • An ElegyAn ElegyQuick View
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    • An Elegy

    • £40.00
    • Very rare copy of this work by Locke Ellis (1878-1950), who was one of the so-called Georgian poets (who published anthologies of their work between 1911 and 1922). All men (until the final two antologies of 1919 and 1922 included women), they counted among their number the likes of Rupert…
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  • An Italian VisitAn Italian VisitQuick View
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    • An Italian Visit

    • £35.00
    • C. Day Lewis, former Professor of Poetry at Oxford, chooses a form that enables his various gifts to be displayed to advantage and to sustain rapt interest in a poem longer than convention now favours. It is a poem in seven parts: 'Dialogue at the Airport'; 'Flight to Italy'; 'A…
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  • An OctaveAn OctaveQuick View
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    • An Octave

    • £120.00
    • Introduced by Charles Causley. Edition limited to 350 numbered copies, 100 of which were presented to the author on his eightieth birthday, 250 being reserved for subscribers.
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  • AretéŽ: A Retrospective (AretéŽ Magazine)AretéŽ: A Retrospective (AretéŽ Magazine)Quick View
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    • AretéŽ: A Retrospective (AretéŽ Magazine)

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    • From flap: Over thirteen years, AretŽ has published six Nobel Prize winners: T S Eliot, William Golding, Boris Pasternak, Orhan Pamuk, Harold Pinter, and Rudyard Kipling. The distinguished roster of contributors includes Milan Kundera, John Updike, Salman Rushdie, Evelyn Waugh, Tom Stoppard, David Hare, Patrick Marber, Christopher Hampton, Martin Amis,…
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  • AretéŽ: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 39 (Winter 2012)AretéŽ: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 39 (Winter 2012)Quick View
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    • AretéŽ: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 39 (Winter 2012)

    • £10.00
    • From flap: Over thirteen years, AretŽ has published six Nobel Prize winners: T S Eliot, William Golding, Boris Pasternak, Orhan Pamuk, Harold Pinter, and Rudyard Kipling. The distinguished roster of contributors includes Milan Kundera, John Updike, Salman Rushdie, Evelyn Waugh, Tom Stoppard, David Hare, Patrick Marber, Christopher Hampton, Martin Amis,…
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  • Areté: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 41 (Autumn 2013)Areté: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 41 (Autumn 2013)Quick View
    • Areté: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 41 (Autumn 2013)Areté: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 41 (Autumn 2013)Quick View
    • Areté: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 41 (Autumn 2013)

    • £10.00
    • From flap: Over thirteen years, Areté has published six Nobel Prize winners: T S Eliot, William Golding, Boris Pasternak, Orhan Pamuk, Harold Pinter, and Rudyard Kipling. The distinguished roster of contributors includes Milan Kundera, John Updike, Salman Rushdie, Evelyn Waugh, Tom Stoppard, David Hare, Patrick Marber, Christopher Hampton, Martin Amis,…
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  • “1914” Five Sonnets“1914” Five SonnetsQuick View
  • A Choice of Kipling’s VerseA Choice of Kipling’s VerseQuick View
  • A Few Late ChrysanthemumsA Few Late ChrysanthemumsQuick View
    • A Few Late ChrysanthemumsA Few Late ChrysanthemumsQuick View
    • A Few Late Chrysanthemums

    • £15.00
    • An anthology of poetry grouped under the headings - medium, light and gloom -with a variety of subject and mood including poems entitled 'Christmas', 'Business Girls' 'The Olympic Girl' and 'How To Get On In Society'
    • Add to basket
  • A Garland for the Laureate – Poems presented to Sir John Betjeman on his 75th birthdayA Garland for the Laureate – Poems presented to Sir John Betjeman on his 75th birthdayQuick View
  • A Masque of Reason (& A Masque of Mercy)A Masque of Reason (& A Masque of Mercy)Quick View
    • A Masque of Reason (& A Masque of Mercy)A Masque of Reason (& A Masque of Mercy)Quick View
    • A Masque of Reason (& A Masque of Mercy)

    • £20.00
    • Contains two so-called "New England Biblicals" (A Masque of Reason - 1945, A Masque of Mercy - 1947), plus Steeple Bush and other poems. The title piece is a comedy purporting to be a missing chapter of Job, while the Masque of Mercy takes on the story of Jonah.
    • Add to basket
  • A Row of PharaohsA Row of PharaohsQuick View
    • A Row of PharaohsA Row of PharaohsQuick View
    • A Row of Pharaohs

    • £30.00
    • Patrick Creagh was a British poet and translator who lived for many years in Italy. This is his first volume of poems, and was a choice of the Poetry Book Society
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  • A Shropshire LadA Shropshire LadQuick View
    • A Shropshire LadA Shropshire LadQuick View
    • A Shropshire Lad

    • £30.00
    • Alfred Edward Housman (1859-1936) usually known as A.E. Housman, was an English poet and classical scholar, now best known for this cycle of poems. This made him one of the best-loved of his day, his verse demonstrating a simplicity of form that belied its hidden complexities. Haunting woodcut illustrations from…
    • Add to basket
  • A Stitch In Time, or Pride prevents a FallA Stitch In Time, or Pride prevents a FallQuick View
  • A Witness TreeA Witness TreeQuick View
    • A Witness TreeA Witness TreeQuick View
    • A Witness Tree

    • £30.00
    • This collection was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1943. Most of the poems in this volume are short lyrics, published after several unfortunate tragedies had occurred in Frost's personal life, i.e. his daughter Marjorie's death in 1934, his wife's death in 1938, his son Carol's suicide in 1940.…
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  • An ElegyAn ElegyQuick View
    • An ElegyAn ElegyQuick View
    • An Elegy

    • £40.00
    • Very rare copy of this work by Locke Ellis (1878-1950), who was one of the so-called Georgian poets (who published anthologies of their work between 1911 and 1922). All men (until the final two antologies of 1919 and 1922 included women), they counted among their number the likes of Rupert…
    • Add to basket
  • An Italian VisitAn Italian VisitQuick View
    • An Italian VisitAn Italian VisitQuick View
    • An Italian Visit

    • £35.00
    • C. Day Lewis, former Professor of Poetry at Oxford, chooses a form that enables his various gifts to be displayed to advantage and to sustain rapt interest in a poem longer than convention now favours. It is a poem in seven parts: 'Dialogue at the Airport'; 'Flight to Italy'; 'A…
    • Add to basket
  • An OctaveAn OctaveQuick View
    • An OctaveAn OctaveQuick View
    • An Octave

    • £120.00
    • Introduced by Charles Causley. Edition limited to 350 numbered copies, 100 of which were presented to the author on his eightieth birthday, 250 being reserved for subscribers.
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  • AretéŽ: A Retrospective (AretéŽ Magazine)AretéŽ: A Retrospective (AretéŽ Magazine)Quick View
    • AretéŽ: A Retrospective (AretéŽ Magazine)AretéŽ: A Retrospective (AretéŽ Magazine)Quick View
    • AretéŽ: A Retrospective (AretéŽ Magazine)

    • £20.00
    • From flap: Over thirteen years, AretŽ has published six Nobel Prize winners: T S Eliot, William Golding, Boris Pasternak, Orhan Pamuk, Harold Pinter, and Rudyard Kipling. The distinguished roster of contributors includes Milan Kundera, John Updike, Salman Rushdie, Evelyn Waugh, Tom Stoppard, David Hare, Patrick Marber, Christopher Hampton, Martin Amis,…
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  • AretéŽ: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 39 (Winter 2012)AretéŽ: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 39 (Winter 2012)Quick View
    • AretéŽ: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 39 (Winter 2012)AretéŽ: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 39 (Winter 2012)Quick View
    • AretéŽ: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 39 (Winter 2012)

    • £10.00
    • From flap: Over thirteen years, AretŽ has published six Nobel Prize winners: T S Eliot, William Golding, Boris Pasternak, Orhan Pamuk, Harold Pinter, and Rudyard Kipling. The distinguished roster of contributors includes Milan Kundera, John Updike, Salman Rushdie, Evelyn Waugh, Tom Stoppard, David Hare, Patrick Marber, Christopher Hampton, Martin Amis,…
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  • Areté: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 41 (Autumn 2013)Areté: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 41 (Autumn 2013)Quick View
    • Areté: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 41 (Autumn 2013)Areté: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 41 (Autumn 2013)Quick View
    • Areté: The Arts Tri-Quarterly: 41 (Autumn 2013)

    • £10.00
    • From flap: Over thirteen years, Areté has published six Nobel Prize winners: T S Eliot, William Golding, Boris Pasternak, Orhan Pamuk, Harold Pinter, and Rudyard Kipling. The distinguished roster of contributors includes Milan Kundera, John Updike, Salman Rushdie, Evelyn Waugh, Tom Stoppard, David Hare, Patrick Marber, Christopher Hampton, Martin Amis,…
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