Good. Good hardcover in DJ and plastic cover. Dust jacket shows light edge wear, but is protected from further wear by plastic cover. Ex-Library (college) with usual markings. Text is clean and unmarked. Binding is tight, hinges strong.; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Ships same or next business day!
Very Good+ in Good jacket. 8vo-over 7æ"-9æ" tall. Hardcover, blue cloth with spine boldly lettered in white, in non price-clipped dust-jacket. 158pp., Bibliography, Index. First edition. Richard Crashaw (c. 1613 ñ 21 August 1649) was a poet whose verse was firmly within the Metaphysical tradition. Forced to leave England during the Civil Wars he settled in Italy where he renounced Anglicanism and converted to Catholicism. His death, while attached to the service of Cardinal Giovanni Battista Maria Pallotta, was not without suspicion of foul play. Dr. Bertonasco's focus is Crashaw's indebtedness to emblem literature and how it shaped his work. No previous ownership marks. A clean, square, unmarked copy. Dust-jacket shows light wear and several small stains. A very good+ copy in a good dust-jacket.
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