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Cornered poets; a book of dramatic dialogues,

Author: Laurence Housman
Publisher: London, J. Cape [1929]
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Housman, Laurence, 1865-1959.
Cornered poets.
London, J. Cape [1929]
(OCoLC)701648436
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laurence Housman
OCLC Number: 223112
Notes: Dialogues introducing the Carlyles, the Blakes, Wordsworth and Lamb, Burns, Gray, Ninon de Lanclos, John Donne.
Description: 255 pages portraits 20 cm
Contents: The fire-lighters.--The messengers.--Charles! Charles!.--The cutty-stool.--Elegy of a country churchyard.--Sal volatile.--The mortuary.
Responsibility: by Laurence Housman.

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