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Unposted Letters Concerning Life & Literature (John O'London's Little Books)

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"These short essays are selected and revised from weekly 'Letters to Gog and Magog' which have appeared in the journal which bears my name. I have never found courage to post them to the Goliaths whose hot eyes and grievous cudgels strike awe into visitors to Guildhall; now, to give them a more hopeful form, I have shaped this little book. - John O'London.
The essays include: 'Did Shakespeare Ridicule the Working Man?', 'The Magic of Proper Names', 'Butterfly Poetry' and many more.

Dust jacket fair/good, quite worn around edges, illustrated boards very good.
Pages good, moderate edge wear, light foxing near front and back.

Item details

Author(s):
O'London, John
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1924
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
180
Publisher:
Newnes

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"These short essays are selected and revised from weekly 'Letters to Gog and Magog' which have appeared in the journal which bears my name. I have never found courage to post them to the Goliaths whose hot eyes and grievous cudgels strike awe into visitors to Guildhall; now, to give them a more hopeful form, I have shaped this little book. - John O'London.
The essays include: 'Did Shakespeare Ridicule the Working Man?', 'The Magic of Proper Names', 'Butterfly Poetry' and many more.

Dust jacket fair/good, quite worn around edges, illustrated boards very good.
Pages good, moderate edge wear, light foxing near front and back.

Author(s):
O'London, John
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1924
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
180
Publisher:
Newnes

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