Jill Rips

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Written bids must be received at least 24 hours before the auction begins. Read more about British writers, from the United Kingdom, Great Britain, including: Joseph Addison, Matthew Arnold, Jane Austen, Lord Francis Bacon, Bede, Apra Behn, William Blake, the Brontë sisters, Robert Browning, and others. The poetry we have gathered in this book is exploratory and developmental, presented over a developmental period, and can seldom be tied to a rigid poetic: a poem from the early part of the period may not work in the same way as a more recent one.

Pages: 320

Publisher: Andre Deutsch Ltd (July 1989)

ISBN: 0233980172

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