WINTER WORDS In Various Moods and Metres

Hardy Thomas

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First edition. 8vo, publisher’s original green cloth, the spine lettered in gilt and with the T/H decorative monogram on the upper cover in gilt. In the publisher's gray paper dustjacket similarly lettered and decorated in black. xi, 202 pp. Internally near as mint, still unopened, fresh and clean and never used, the cloth with flaking to the green and some discolouring to the spine, the jacket near perfect. FIRST EDITION, UNCOMMON IN DUSTJACKET. Hardy considered that this would probably be his last appearance on the literary stage. He has written that the poems included have been written with reasonable care, though, considering his age, not quite with the zest of a young man new to print. It had become obvious that a lifetime of excellence allowed for what might have once been considered extraordinary, to be taken as expected and normative. The collection of fine poems, was written by a master at his height and greatest reputation but was not published till after his death. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: WINTER WORDS In Various Moods and Metres
Publisher: London Macmillan and Company Limited 1928

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