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Hamilton's famous defence of the Aesthetic Movement was first published in 1882. The contents were later updated and expanded for the third edition, of which this current edition is a reprint. A superb source of information regarding the reactions of contemporaries to Aesthetic poetry and the Pre-Raphaelite School of painting, this highly enjoyable and frequently amusing v ...more
Hardcover, 127 pages
Published by AMS Press (first published January 1st 1973)
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