Acceptable jacket. First Edition. Good. Ex-library. 1st Edition. Dust jacket shows small 1" x 1" square hold cut into dust jacket at spine bottom, along with sunning to spine. Spine shows small sticker along bottom edge. Text block edges show sunning. Used, may have wear and markings but is still in solid reading condition. Pasadena's finest new and used bookstore.
Very good. No dust jacket. 1974 hardcove/no jacket/minor wear on the cover & slight tanning along page edges/small remainder mark/clean & unmarked text/new clear archival cover. 174 p. illus. 23 cm. Includes Illustrations.
Very Good. No Jacket. 23 cm tall. xiv, 174 p. Small remainder mark on bottom edges. Previous owner's bookplate on ffep. Text is clean, tight and unmarked by underlining or notations. Frank W. Wadsworth (1919-2012) was an American Shakespearean scholar, author, and sportsman. Wadsworth was probably best known to the public for his The Poacher from Stratford (1958), a popular defense of Shakespeare's authorship and the first such book written by an academic Shakespearean scholar. He thought that Shakespeare scholars should not dismiss the claims of those who believe that someone other than Shakespeare wrote the canon, and that treating the subject with silence worked instead to encourage rather than discourage such theories. [Wikipedia]
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