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Carman, Bliss. The poetry of life. Boston: L.C. Page & Co., 1908. 8vo (19.9 cm, 7.875"). xiii, , 258 pp. $35.00
A work of prose from Canadian poet Bliss Carman (1861–1929), covering topics such as, "The Purpose of Poetry," "How to Judge Poetry," "Distaste for Poetry," and "The Permanence of Poetry." A mounted black and white portrait of the poet serves as the frontispiece. This is the second printing.
Binding: Publisher's brown cloth with gilt lettering, and wild rose decoration in green, pink and gold. Larger blossoms in pink, green, and gold, as well as gilt lettering, are stamped on the front board. Top edge gilt, fore-edge untrimmed.
Not in Minsky. Binding as above; extremities and front joint very lightly rubbed. Clean and sturdy; beautiful decorated binding. (38887) Please RESHELVE This.
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