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Cover: Invisible Friends: The Correspondence of Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Benjamin Robert Haydon, 1842-1845Invisible Friends: The Correspondence of Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Benjamin Robert Haydon, 1842-1845Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
Haydon, Benjamin Robert
Pope, Williard Bissell
HARDCOVER01/01/1972$45.00
Cover: Four Essays on RomanceFour Essays on RomanceBaker, Herschel C.PAPERBACK01/01/1971$6.00
Cover: Mythology and the Romantic Tradition in English PoetryMythology and the Romantic Tradition in English PoetryBush, DouglasHARDCOVER01/01/1969$37.95Currently unavailable
Cover: The Phoenix Nest, 1593The Phoenix Nest, 1593Rollins, Hyder EdwardHARDCOVER01/01/1969$34.50
Cover: Hyder Edward Rollins: A BibliographyHyder Edward Rollins: A BibliographyBaker, Herschel C.HARDCOVER01/01/1960$24.00
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