I would say the boards are in Good condition, given the age of the book. The 180-page manuscript known as the Fenwick Notes, now housed in the Wordsworth Library at Grasmere, remains a crucial source for scholars of English Romanticism. Pages in very good clean condition. Dust jacket is absent unless otherwise stated Major signs of wear and tear. GradeSaver, 17 November 2007 Web. Ex Library Book with usual stamps and stickers, checked out only twice.
Page edges tanned and marked. Both front and rear endpapers are scotch taped. Green leather binding with gold impressing to boards and spine. Covers very slightly rubbed but overall very fresh and clean. From United Kingdom to U. Lightest rubbing and toning to bindings. Isabella's niece Louisa Fenwick was a close member of Wordsworth's circle as well; Wordsworth stayed in Bath with Isabella and Louisa for six weeks in the spring of 1847, when he inscribed this set to his young hostess.
Wear to joints and edges, board exposure to corners. The poem is characterized by a strange sense of duality. Wordsworth is saddened by the fact that time has stripped away much of nature's glory, depriving him of the wild spontaneity he exhibited as a child. John, Harold Littledale, Anne Kingsmill Finch Winchilsea, and Wordsworth Collection. Wordsworth's masterpiece is generally considered to be The Prelude, an autobiographical poem of his early years which the poet revised and expanded a number of times. Slight insect damage to joint. Note title page illustration of Rydal Mount, Wordsworth's best loved family home for the greater part of his life from 1813 to his death in 1850.
Dust jacket is absent unless otherwise stated Major signs of wear and tear. Series Title: Other Titles: Poems Poems by William Wordsworth. Foxing to eps, and slight browning to page edges. About this Item: Otis, Broaders, And Company, Boston, 1844. From United Kingdom to U. Deep maroon hardback with what looks to be a leather spine.
Anything that we have, for however short a time, can never be taken away completely, because it will forever be held in our memory. Pages are tight but book will lay open. Reprint in the Oxford Standard Authors series, with introduction and notes, ed. Within United Kingdom About this Item: Oxford University Press, U. Reed, Hamilton Wright Mabie, and Mass. Vol 1 - lxxiv, 408 pgs. School presentation label to ffep.
Merewether, William Wordsworth, Cynthia Morgan St. From United Kingdom to U. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering and decoration to spine. Although looks like water mark to page edges pages have not stuck together or wrinkled so not sure what it is. About this Item: Oxford University Press, London, 1895.
Ex-library, With usual stamps and markings, In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. One stray ink notation to one page. From United Kingdom to U. Gilt decoration and raised bands on spine. Bound in original publishers blue cloth, with gilt bands, and lettering. Usual shelf wear and markings to boards with tanning to spine and board edges.
Jackets in good clean condition. Green cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine. Wordsworth began publishing in 1793, at the age of 23, with a collection of poetry about a tour he took in the Swiss Alps - Descriptive Sketches. Printed by Bradbury and Evans. Bumping, discolouration and marks to spine and boards.