The Poetical Works of John Milton to Which is Prefixed the Life of the Author
xi + 551pp. Frontis and title page illustration. Attractive small book. Beautifully rebound in half-leather with raised bands at spine and red lables with gilt titles. Marbled edges and boards. Frontis is creased at edges and with tiny tears at edges. Page edges dulled. Only minor foxing throughout. Poetry contents Paradise Lost; Paradise Regained; Sampson Agonistes; Lycidas; L'Allegro; Il Penseroso; Arcades; Comus; and Sonnets, Odes, Miscellanies, Translations & Psalms. Size: 5.5"/2.75". Codice inventario libreria 034604
Titolo: The Poetical Works of John Milton to Which ...
Casa editrice: J. Walker & the Other Proprietors, London
Data di pubblicazione: 1818
Legatura: Hard Back
Condizione libro: Very Good
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