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A Poetical Rhapsody, 1602–1621, Volume II

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Publication Date: 01/01/1932

331 pages

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Contains all the critical and interpretative matter necessary for the study of the text in Volume I. The Introduction has complete bibliographical descriptions (with photographic facsimile title-page) of all the seventeenth century editions; discussion of the editor and the contributors; and an account of the style, meters, and influence of the book. The Notes give full explanatory, critical, and illustrative material for the individual poems. There is an index of proper names, words, and subjects.

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