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World of Rare Books
Goring-by-Sea, West Sussex, GBR
Clare's highly personal evocations of landscape and place are some of the most poignant lyrics in English poetry. His celebration of all forms of natural life and his laments for the death of rural England grew directly out of his intimate knowledge of the labourer's life, the wheatfields and hedgerows of his village in Northamptonshire. This authoritative and engaging selection includes poems from every stage of Clare's poetic career, organised by theme, from 'Birds and Beasts' to 'Madhouses, Prisons and Whorehouses'.
- PID: 16932820958
- Publisher: Heinemann
- Date Published: 1961
- Seller: World of Rare Books
Condition: Fair in fair dust jacket.
Notes: 1961. Reprint. 143 pages. Pictorial dust jacket over green cloth. Black and white illustrated frontispiece. Slight cracking to hinges, with exposed netting, pages slightly loose. Pages are lightly tanned throughout, heavier to endpapers. Markings to some pages. Boards have light shelf-wear with corner bumping. Slight crushing to spine ends with tanning to edges. Unclipped jacket is in two pieces with heavy edgewear with areas of loss, heavy tears, chips, and creasing. Light tanning to edges, heavier to spine. Water stain to rear panel. Light foxing overall. World of Rare Books Item ref. 1637568768LSA (Use this ID when enquiring about this item. )