Columbus, Ohio 1968 Trade Paperback First Printing Very Good 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall. "Few pieces of literature have been so highly and so consistently praised as the
EPITHALAMION, a poem Edmund Spenser wrote as a wedding gift for his bride nearly four centuries ago. Until recently, there was no question but that the poet's poet had achieved his difficult aim: here, if anywhere, was an 'endless monument. ' 'The most gorgeous jewel in the treasure-house of the Renaissance, ' Emile Legouis, a scholar not usually inclined toward dithyrambic praise, calls it; 'the most beautiful of all his poems, ' says W.B. Yeats in one of his own most beautiful and wisest essays." This book has 139 pages. The text contains NO internal marks whatsoever.
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