RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER. With an introduction by John Livingston Lowes.

Coleridge Samuel Taylor

Published by New York Heritage Press 1945
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First Edition thus. Illustrated by Edward A Wilson. 8vo , in the publisher’s original pictorial blue boards, lettered in gilt on the spine, in the original tan slipcase. unnumbered pp. A very nice copy, the slipcase a bit worn. FIRST OF THIS EDITION. Coleridge’s RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER was a signal shift to modern poetry and the beginning of British Romantic literature. Its dark and brooding themes, most likely inspired by James Cook's second voyage of exploration, provided the perfect vehicle for Gustave Doré to employ his signature use of darkness and light to produce what is surely one of the most amazing illustrated books of the period. Bookseller Inventory #

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Book Description The Heritage Press, New York: (1945)., 1945. Book Condition: Very Good. 1945. Hardcover. 4to. .An imprint of George Macy Companies, Ltd., Heritage Press was founded in 1935. The Press printed more affordable classic volumes that were previously published by Macy?s Limited Editions Club and covered a broad range of topics primarily within the Western canon. In addition to Macy, directors of the Heritage Press included Cedric Crowell, General Manager of the Doubleday Bookshops; Frank L. Magel, head of Putnam Bookstores in New York; and A. Koch, head of Brentano Stores in New York. Though many of Macy?s other imprints, including The Heritage Club, The Heritage Illustrated Bookshelf, and The Junior Heritage Club, were sold by subscription only, Heritage Press editions were sold through bookstores. Macy combined his publishing enterprises in 1944, though each imprint maintained its specific target audience. The archives of the George Macy Companies, including both the Limited Editions Club and The Heritage Press, were purchased by the Ransom Center in 1970. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # KEX0273267

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Book Description The Heritage Press, New York: (1945)., 1945. Book Condition: Very Good. 1945. Hardcover. 4to. .An imprint of George Macy Companies, Ltd., Heritage Press was founded in 1935. The Press printed more affordable classic volumes that were previously published by Macy's Limited Editions Club and covered a broad range of topics primarily within the Western canon. In addition to Macy, directors of the Heritage Press included Cedric Crowell, General Manager of the Doubleday Bookshops; Frank L. Magel, head of Putnam Bookstores in New York; and A. Koch, head of Brentano Stores in New York. Though many of Macy's other imprints, including The Heritage Club, The Heritage Illustrated Bookshelf, and The Junior Heritage Club, were sold by subscription only, Heritage Press editions were sold through bookstores. Macy combined his publishing enterprises in 1944, though each imprint maintained its specific target audience. The archives of the George Macy Companies, including both the Limited Editions Club and The Heritage Press, were purchased by the Ransom Center in 1970. . . . . Bookseller Inventory # KEX0273267

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