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MY BOOK OF STORIES FROM THE POETS.  TOLD IN PROSE., Chaundler, Christine.  (Christina Rossetti, Adelaide Proctor, Chaucer, Southey, Longfellow, Tennyson, Spenser, Cowper, Byron, Browning, Coleridge, Sir Walter Scott, Leigh Hunt, Matthew Arnold, Keats, Thomas Moore, MacAulay, Shelley, et al.)
1 Chaundler, Christine. (Christina Rossetti, Adelaide Proctor, Chaucer, Southey, Longfellow, Tennyson, Spenser, Cowper, Byron, Browning, Coleridge, Sir Walter Scott, Leigh Hunt, Matthew Arnold, Keats, Thomas Moore, MacAulay, Shelley, et al.) MY BOOK OF STORIES FROM THE POETS. TOLD IN PROSE.
London Cassell Hard Cover Good No Jacket A.C. Michael, colour plates. 
320 pp, 9 3/8" H. No date. Pictorial spine and front board. 12 colour plates (including frontispiece) - all present. The author presents 34 poems in prose form. Includes: Goblin Market (Christina Rossetti); The Bailiff's Daugher of Islington (Percy Reliques); The Knight's Tale (Chaucer); Evangeline (Longfellow); The Jackdaw of Rheims ("Ingoldsby Legends"); The History of John Gilpin (Cowper); The Prisoner of Chillon (Byron); The Raven (Coleridge); Young Lochinvar (Sir Walter Scott); Enoch Arden (Tennyson); The Forsaken Merman (Matthew Arnold); La Belle Dame Sans Merci (Keats); The Ancient Mariner (Coleridge); Paradise and the Peri (Thomas Moore); The Courtship of Miles Standish (Longfellow); Henry the Leper (Dante Gabriel Rossetti); The Sensitive Plant (Shelley); The Pet Lamb (Wordsworth), etc. Very light to light browning to pages and alittle more on endpapers, previous owner's completed bookplate on front free endpaper, one or two tiny foxing marks thoughout pages, some light to moderate browning/shelf soiling and a few small foxing marks on edges of text block, wrinkling and some wear at top/bottom of spine and at corners light fading/browning to spine colour, some varying size areas or colour loss on rear board, light rubbing to boards and on spine. 
Price: 30.00 USD
 
 
NORTHROP FRYE: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES., Denham, Robert D.  (Northrop Frye.)
2 Denham, Robert D. (Northrop Frye.) NORTHROP FRYE: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1987 0802026303 / 9780802026309 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
449 pp, 9 1/4" H. "Northrop Frye was one of the most influential critics of the twentieth century. His output was prodigious: his publications include thirty-eight books and monographs, nearly 300 essays and articles, and some 15 reviews and miscellaneous pieces. His reputation is international: he has been the subject of numerous books, a forthcoming biography, and thirty doctoral dissertations from universities as far-flung as Freiburg, Oxford, and Texas. With this bibliography, the massive body of work by and about Frye is now made readily accessible for the first time. More than 2500 entries are included, organized in a practical and straightforward structure. Part One, covering works by Frye, is arranged in chronological order. Part Two, which deals with secondary sources, is presented in alphabetical order. (The author) has provided ample notation for the many hundreds of entries; with the primary sources, he has quoted from Frye's own words as far as possible to illuminate the tone as well as the content." Minor soiling to top/bottom edges of text block, one small and one tiny corner bump. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top/bottom of flap-folds, minor rubbing. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
POEMS OF COLERIDGE., Dowden, Edward, selected and introduced by.  (Samuel Taylor Coleridge.)
3 Dowden, Edward, selected and introduced by. (Samuel Taylor Coleridge.) POEMS OF COLERIDGE.
London Caxton Hard Cover Good Charles Pears, colour illustrations. A.S. Hartrick, b&w frontispiece and vignette title. 
275 pp, 6 13/16" H. Medium brown cloth with gilt lettering and art nouveau floral decoration in yellow/ orange on spine and front board, top edge gilt. One of 'The Golden Poets' series, edited by Oliphant Smeaton. No date. B&w tissue-covered frontispiece and decorated title page, 8 colour plates by Charles Pears (collated). Section headings: Introduction; Early Poems; The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (in seven parts); Christabel; Sibylline Leaves (Poems occasioned by Political Events / Love Poems / Meditative Poems); Odes and Miscellaneous Poems; Prose in Rhyme; Notes; Glossary; Appendix (Monody on the Death of Chatterton - 2nd draft); Index of First Lines. Light browning to free endpapers and to frontispice protector, very light browning on pastedowns, light browning to fore-edge and bottom of text block, wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, very light edge wear, two small and one tiny dent on edges of rear board, small stain and tiny dent on rear edge of spine, small light stain and light rubbing on rear board, slight fading to spine colour, two small raised areas on front board. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE CAMBRIDGE CULTURAL HISTORY OF BRITAIN.  VOLUME 6. THE ROMANTIC AGE IN BRITAIN.  (FIRST PUBLISHED AS THE CAMBRIDGE GUIDE TO THE ARTS IN BRITAIN: ROMANTICS TO EARLY VICTORIANS.), Ford, Boris, ed.  David Punter, Alexander Youngson, John Beer, Michael Rosenthal, John Harvey, Alexandra Wedgwood, H.C. Robbins Landon, Tom Williamson, Pat Kirkham, Christopher Gillie.
4 Ford, Boris, ed. David Punter, Alexander Youngson, John Beer, Michael Rosenthal, John Harvey, Alexandra Wedgwood, H.C. Robbins Landon, Tom Williamson, Pat Kirkham, Christopher Gillie. THE CAMBRIDGE CULTURAL HISTORY OF BRITAIN. VOLUME 6. THE ROMANTIC AGE IN BRITAIN. (FIRST PUBLISHED AS THE CAMBRIDGE GUIDE TO THE ARTS IN BRITAIN: ROMANTICS TO EARLY VICTORIANS.)
Cambridge Cambrige University Press for The Folio Society 1995 Hard Cover Fine No Jacket - (as issued) 
330 pp, 10" H. Bound in full dark blue cloth with title and shield in gold on spine. B&w illustrations and colour plates. Contents: General Introduction; Romantics to Early Victorians; Edinburgh: City of Reason and Nature; Literature; The Fine Arts; Graphic Satire and Illustration; Architecture; Music; The Athenaeum; Enclosure and the English Hedgerow; The Applied Arts: Design, Craft and Trade; Further Reading and Artists' Biographies; Index. Book is Fine. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
BEYOND WORDS:  MYSTICAL FANCY IN CHILDREN'S LITERATURE., Higgins, James E.
5 Higgins, James E. BEYOND WORDS: MYSTICAL FANCY IN CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.
Teachers College Press, New York, 1971, second printing. 
112 pp, 7 3/16" H, soft cover. "The art of creativity in children's literature is evaluated according to a different set of criteria and standards from that applied to adult literature - namely, the writer's ability to show respect for the 'innate rights' of the child and to write with a sensitive feeling for the integrity of childhood. Like Coleridge, James E. Higgins defines art, in concepts 'beyond words', as the fusion of new identities through the extraordinary functions of the imaginat ion. Classically known fairy tales and books of mystical fancy appeal directly to the 'inner child', an aspect of childhood that grownups, teachers, and writers for children can get to know it they look through the child's looking glass wi t h o u t t h e adult's perception. In this discussion of children's literature, ranging from the works of W.H. Hudson and George MacDonald through 'The Hobbit' of J.R.R. Tolkien and 'The Little Prince' of Antoine de Saint-Exupery, Professor Higg in s co nt in u al ly e mphasizes the importance of things that are not seen as essential to the development of the child's spirit of security in today's educational society, which often tends to relinquish the concentration on things of wonder and fa it h f or mor e rel eva nt everyday identities." Interior - one page with two upper corner creases, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear, a few very small scuffs, fading to spine color - lett erin g v ery leg ible , mino r so ili ng. Very Good- 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
6 Hunt, Peter, editor. Associate editors: Dennis Butts, Ethel Heins, Margaret Kinnell, Tony Watkins. With Gillian Avery, Anne Scott MacLeod, Julia Briggs, Zena Sutherland, Peter Hollindale, Michael Stone, Roderick McGillis & Beth Gilderdale. CHILDREN'S LITERATURE: AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY.
Oxford Oxford University Press 1995 0192123203 / 9780192123206 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Very Good 
378 pp, large 8vo (9 7/8" H). Pictorial endpapers, many b&w and color photographs and reproductions. "(T)races the history of children's books in Britain, the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand from the very first printed books through to the present day. (This book) takes 'children's literature' to mean books designed for children as well as books for childhood, and so embraces everything from religious tracts to multi-media comics, from the 'classic' to the unashamedly popular. Written by leading experts, this survey shows that children's literature reflects how childhood has been defined, controlled, and appreciated at different times. It reveals how adults have explored questions of power, entertainment, sexuality, and equality through their writing for children, and demonstrates how the borders between what is adult and what children's fiction are routinely blurred. A series of chronological chapters charts the 'history' which begins in the sixteenth century with grammars and ABCs. We move from books of instruction through to fables and fantasies in the eighteenth century, from reward books and romance to school stories in the nineteenth, and on to comics, colour picture-books, and science fiction in (the twentieth century). Throughout the text, books, authors, illustrators, publishers, and children readers are discussed within their wider social, political, and economic environment. Richly illustrated in black and white and colour, and with a section on further reading, a full index, and a chronology which places books for children in their literary and political context, this is a fascinating study which will delight all readers, young and old." Dust jacket has minor edge wear and light edge wrinkling; tiny dent on front hinge; slight fading to color on front panel, spine, top edge and flap-folds. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
THE FOLIO GOLDEN TREASURY. 'THE BEST SONGS AND LYRICAL POEMS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE'., Michie, James, chosen and introduced by.  (Thomas Wyatt, Philip Sydney, William Shakespeare, John Donne, Robert Herrick, George Herbert, John Milton, Andrew Marvell, John Dryden, John Wilmot, Alexander Pope, William Cowper, Keats, Shelley, Byron, et al.)
7 Michie, James, chosen and introduced by. (Thomas Wyatt, Philip Sydney, William Shakespeare, John Donne, Robert Herrick, George Herbert, John Milton, Andrew Marvell, John Dryden, John Wilmot, Alexander Pope, William Cowper, Keats, Shelley, Byron, et al.) THE FOLIO GOLDEN TREASURY. 'THE BEST SONGS AND LYRICAL POEMS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE'.
London Folio Society 1997 Quarter-Leather Near Fine Simon Brett, Reynolds Stone, Norman Janes, Joan Hassall, John Lawrence, David Gentleman, Hilary Paynter, Douglas Percy Bliss, Richard Shirley Smith, Peter Reddick, William Blake, Frank Martin, Gwen Raverat, Joan Farleigh, Diana Bloomfield, et al. 
733 pp, 11" H. Black leather spine with gilt lettering, yellow/orange cloth sides printed in black with a design by Simon Brett, top edge yellow/orange, brown endpapers. Black slipcase with gilt decoration on sides. B&w illustrations throughout. "In this anthology the poets appear chronologically in order of year of birth; the poems of any one poet are not arranged in any particular order. All poems are printed in their entirety." Includes an Index of First Lines. One bottom corner with very minor wear. Slipcase has a few areas of very light rubbing. 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
8 Thorpe, Clarence D.; Baker, Carlos; Weaver, Bennett, eds. (Elizabeth Nitchie, Richard Harter Fogle, Hoxie N. Fairchild, Josephine Miles, Newton P. Stallknecht, Helen Darbishire, Herbert Marshall McLuhan, D.G. James, Kathleen Coburn, Herbert Read, e MAJOR ENGLISH ROMANTIC POETS.
Forum House, Toronto, 1971. 
269 pp, 8vo (8 3/8" H), soft cover. Contents: Introduction; The Romantic Movement (Form in Romantic Poetry - A Note on Romantic Oppositions and Reconciliations - Romanticism: Devil's Advocate); Wordsworth (Wordsworth: The Mind's Excursive Power - W ordsworth and the Quality of Man - Wordsworth's Significance for Us); Coleridge (Coleridge as Artist - The Thought of Coleridge - Coleridge Redivivus); Byron (Irony and Image in Byron's 'Don Juan' - Byron and Some Current Patterns of Though t - B y r o n and the Modern Spirit); Shelley (Shelley the Artist - The Bottom of the Night - Present Values in Shelley's Art - Shelley's Philosophy); Keats (Keat's Style: Evolution Towards Qualities of Permanent Value - Keats and His Ideas - The A r ti s tr y of K ea ts: A Modern Tribute - Keat's Thought: A Discovery of Truth); Index. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - book slightly twisted, light edge wear/wrinkling, old price blacked out and ghost sti ck er ma rk on fr ont co ver, slight fading and light crease on spine. Good+ 
Price: 10.00 USD
 


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