By: Robinson, Edwin Arlington

Price: $6.95

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Book Condition: Fine with no dust jacket

Hardcover without dust jacket. Second state, with "rooks, " correct on line 2, page 86. 8vo. 210, (12) pp. 21st Printing Publisher's full maroon cloth, gilt lettering on spine. Fore-edge deckle. Former owner's name and date (October 20, 1928) neatly inscribed of ffep, else fine+. No other defects, tight and square. FINE. Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869-1935) was the first major American poet of the twentieth century, unique in that he devoted his life to poetry and willingly paid the price in poverty and obscurity. Educated at Harvard, Robinson's philosophical perspective came to combine the idealism of the waning Romantic Age with the dark pessimism of the dawning century. Given the bleak history of Robinson's own life his view is not surprising; what is more amazing is the stoicism with which he persevered, ultimately winning national recognition for his long Arthurian poem, Tristram, in 1928. This poem won Robinson his third the Pulitzer prize for poetry. . 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall


Author Name: Robinson, Edwin Arlington

Categories: Novels, Poetry & Literature, King Arthur,

Edition: Stated First Edition. 1

Publisher: NY, The Macmillan Company: 1928

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine with no dust jacket

Item: 1.00 lbs

Seller ID: 3498

Keywords: Poetry King Arthur Literature; Arthurian Romance Tristan