1908 The Song of Hiawatha
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Decorative Binding, Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding, Scarce
'The Song of Hiawatha' was first penned in 1855, and is an epic relating the fictional adventures of an Ojibwe warrior called Hiawatha and his tragic love for a Dakota woman.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882) was an American writer and teacher, known for 'Paul Revere's Ride' and 'Evangeline', as well as being the first American to translate Dante's 'Divine Comedy'. His poetry was particularly lyrical, drawing inspiration from mythology, and he was a particularly versatile poet, exploring all sorts of forms.
With a decorative binding with detail to the cover and spine.
In the publisher's original full cloth binding. Externally very smart, slight bumping to extremities and the head and tail of the spine. Gift inscription to the front endpaper. Internally binding is weak, with gatherings held by a cord. Front hinge is near disbound. Pages are bright and clean.
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