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Book and slip case each have spine label. Uncut page sides and bottoms. Illustration on title page. Page 5 footnote: "In the old Hebraic language 'Malach Hamoves' means Angel of Death -- in other words a sort of diabolical enemy that attacks the spirit after the body is entombed". From page 6: "Byron lived in an age prolific of literary genius -- likewise an age prolific of literary critics. Both he and Shelly -- foremost among the poetic geniuses of their generation -- were actually driven into exile by the criticism and obloquy heaped upon them by persons who were as incapable of interpreting their true natures as they were of appreciating their works."
Title: Byron's Malach Hamoves (Revised Edition) A Commentary on Leigh Hunt's Work Entitled "Lord Byron and Some of His Contemporaries"
Publisher: Privately Printed. Boston. 1933.: 1933
Binding: Boards in Slip Case
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 198
Keywords: ENGLISH LITERATURE. LITERARY WORKS. POETRY. POEMS. WRITINGS. VERSE. POETRY CRITICS.