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Thomas Hardy, Novelist or Poet?

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Although Hardy was trained as an architect, his first love was writing. The author tries to answer the question posed in the title through a comprehensive analysis of this subject's writing style. He had access in his research to a number of hitherto unpublished letters. Originally published in a limited edition of 950 copies.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published by Folcroft Library Editions (first published 1971)
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Alfred Edward Newton (1864—1940) was an American author, publisher, and avid book collector. He is best known for his book Amenities of Book Collecting (1918), which sold over 25,000 copies.

Over a collecting career that covered more than four decades, Newton assembled a library especially rich in British literature of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. With Chauncey Brewster Tinker (Yale)
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The Amenities of Book Collecting and Kindred Affections A Magnificent Farce And Other Diversions Of A Book Collector End Papers: Literary Recreations This Book Collecting Game Bibliography and pseudo-Bibliography

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