Four Victorian poets a study of Clough, Arnold, Rossetti, Morris;with an introduction on the course of poetry from 1822 to 1852 by Stopford A. Brooke

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Facsimile reprint of 1st ed., New York; London: G.P.Putnam"s Sons, 1908.

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