1922 Maud: A Monodrama
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Colour Plates, Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding
A later edition of this work, a poem originally published in 1850 in the first published collection of poems by Alfred Lord Tennyson after becoming poet Laureate. A chivalric-style love poem, where Tennyson returned to poetry of sensation, expressing through fragments of feelings the issues of identity, intellect, and modernity.
Profusely illustrated throughout with illustrations in colour and black and white by Edmund J Sullivan.
In the original publisher's cloth binding with decorative silver to front board and spine. Externally very smart with only minor shelfwear and minor bumping to head and tail of spine. Cloth to spine and extremities has slightly darkened, more pronounced due to the white colour of the cloth. Internally, firmly bound. Minor faint spotting to the occasional leaf, otherwise pages are generally clean throughout. Profusely illustrated with illustrations in colour and black and white by Edmund J Sullivan.
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