1880 In Memoriam
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Leather Binding, Publishers' Original Binding
A requiem for the death of Lord Tennyson's Cambridge friend Arthur Henry Hallam, poet in his own right who tragically died of a cerebral haemorrhage at only 22 years old.
A sentimental poem considered to be one of the greatest in the twentieth century, in which Tennyson fully expresses his grief and feelings of anger towards the cruelty of nature with beautiful lyric verse.
Bound in the original publisher's vellum and printed on handmade paper. Featuring a frontispiece. Pocket sized edition.
In the original publisher's full vellum binding. Externally with shelf wear, bumped to head and tail of spine and extremities, boards and spine marked with light minor staining marks to occasional leaf. Previous ownership inscription to front free endpaper. Internally, firmly bound. pages bright and clean.
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