Dust Jacket Condition: No dj. This book covers the life, reign, and execution of Charles I and refutes many of the negative claims against him as King. Old stain to title and first contents page. From a semantic point of view, the poem is composed of sentences and expressions that are correct grammatically speaking, but that open many questions to the reader. | Contact this seller Susan Howe's Hauntologies. Illuminate Main menu. | Contact this seller And humbly Dedicated to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, William the Third, our Deliverer and Restorer.1696. Richard Baldwin, London Spine repaired at sometime using original spine, slight rubbing to binding, 3 tiny holes to upper cover, slight damage to lower cover with slight loss of leather surface, gilt crowns rubbed with some loss of gilt, corners slightly worn at tips, lacks pastedowns, ink stamped name on first inner board, slight chipping to free endpapers front and rear, occasional tiny spot, otherwise a very good copy in original state. There is a third group of poets whose interest centers in language and its artificiality. Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! Condition: VG. The “Maternal image” could be the remembrance she keeps of representing plays with her mother, and the reference to a play of this type of theatre points in the direction of a play Howe described when she was a child and that she echoes in this one.12 With just these elements, the reader could get into the poem and understand most of it without the most significant difficulties. (2011) Poetry. Howe, Susan. 143, [82], xxi, [4] pp, .2 facs, 4 colour plates. Front joint lightly cracked. Pfeiler, Martina. Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! Pages contain marginal notes, underlining, and or highlighting. saving Attic Books (ABAC, ILAB) Auction slip on front pastedown. 23. Using a quasi metapoetic language, the author reflects on the musicality poetry contains using, paradoxically, a prose text. Published by Small folio. | Contact this seller Eikon basilike : The pourtraicture of His Sacred Majestie in his solitudes and sufferings. VG/Good. First edition. Madan #1, 3; Pforzheimer 171 (note) Bound in 20th-century black crushed morocco, gilt-lettered spine, marbled endpapers, a.e.g., by Rivière and Son. Pp.xxxii/201, owner's details to front free endpaper. Hard Cover. Lacking first and last blank leaves A1 and S8, and lacking the engraved frontispiece portrait by Marshall. Seller Inventory # 13425. Subject; Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. BOOKMARK Dispatched from the UK same or next working day. Posted by genericpronoun 25 March 2014 5 April 2014 Posted in Susan Howe. (1660), From: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. To which is added, AN ORIGINAL LETTER TO MILTON, never before published. Harlow, UK: Pearson Education Limited. [vi], iv, [viii], 176[2]pp, steel engraved series title-page, engraved title-page vignette, decorated capitals. See All Poems by this Author Poems. So, for example, there is a significant group whose interest goes around a particular use of the written language. From the Kings Library edited by Israel Gollancz. Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! After the Restoration, John Gauden claimed authorship of the book, and this claim is still a subject of scholarly controversy. Pages 309-315 contain two papers, found in the strong box and published in 1686, setting out the King's reasons for turning Roman Catholic. The poem could make the reader laugh or even cry, but the lack of emotions was not assumed as a possibility (Hanaver and Rivers 2004: 9-11). (Almack, 3) The work is a masterpiece in its expression of Charles principles, personal feelings, and prejudices, and by making a martyr of this Stuart king, exercised a considerable influence on English history (Kunitz & Haycraft, 212). First Edition. pp [8], 143, [82], xi, [3] plates. Dacey, Philip and David Jauss. Now First Published from the Author's SECOND EDITION, Printed in 1650: WITH MANY ENLARGEMENTS: By RICHARD BARON. T. A. Borden Books More information about this seller The poet also provokes disruptions and interruptions in the text, but at the formal level. Jacket spine browned; 8.70 X 5.60 X 0.90 inches; 201 pages. Formerly, from being composed just to be declaimed, it passed to be considered a literary work of art to be written down and be read in the intimacy, like a novel, an essay, or any other written composition (Pfeilier 2003: 13-25; Furniss 2007: 34-37). 2 has title: A collection of declarations, treaties, and other principal passages concerning the differences betwixt King Charles I and his two houses of Parliament / edited by William Fulman and Richard Perrinchief. The “superficial” reader would center their attention immediately in the prose sections. Very Safe. Google Scholar. The interest of this article is going to be centered on the second current. Wykeham Books (1648), From: Original quarter cloth backed boards, printed paper spine label, title-page printed in red and black, printed on hand-made paper., teg o/w uncut. First two words of title in Greek characters. 1 There are many exciting writers in the historical period we are referring to. London: K. James However, over time, different literary movements, in their interest in innovation, project new visions of the poetic work that abandon this tradition. By Susan Howe. And this is just one of the multiple interpretations we could obtain from just a fragmented poem like this. First Edition. The Portraicture of His Sacred Maiestie in His Solitudes and Sufferings. the plums London: K. James, 1694. No Jacket. Handsome volume. See Madan, A New Bibliography of the Eikon Basilike, page 111, No. Google Scholar. Published by 1st Edition. 225p. By Susan Howe. 1693 1ed Vindication of King Charles I England Martyr Eikon Basilike Wagstaffe A rare English treatise on the Eikon Basilike, an autobiography of King Charles I. 233 entries in the main sequence. Illustrated with many reproductions of title-pages. Mare Booksellers, IOBA 1st Edition. Condition: Near Fine. Portland, Oregon: Yale Union. pages following p324 are also missing. 1693 1ed Vindication of King Charles I England Martyr Eikon Basilike Wagstaffe A rare English treatise on the Eikon Basilike, an autobiography of King Charles I. Though the title-page reads 1648, it was published on 9 February 1649, ten days after the king was beheaded in the aftermath of the English Civil War. Traditionally, the relationship between reader and text was understood in terms taken from the Structuralist theory (Scholes 1974: 13-38; Berman 1988: 132-138). Tipperary: Coracle. De La More Press, London, 1903. Lacking frontis. HOWE, Susan. So, we could speak about: – The “superficial” reader. In Answer to a Book Intitled, Eikon Basilike, the Portraiture of his Sacred Majesty in his Solitudes and Sufferings. There are seventy-seven chapters, caricaturing the 'Eikon' and dealing with various episodes in the King's career, some of which have mock prayers at the end". 6 plates and numerous illustrations. Charles I is the only saint formally canonized by the Church of England. No Dust Jacket. Alexander Moring, Ltd., 1904. | Contact this seller | Contact this seller We have denominated “syntactic disruption” to the last technique, which keeps some characteristics in common with the previous one. Quarter Cloth. All edges gilt. By Susan Howe. It is a single text that combines both elements, and that was not “usual” in poetry, so the “rebellious” reader would probably reject it for being such a strange object. Great Britain - History - Civil War, 1642-1649 - Sources. Seller Inventory # 002301. in Susan Howe’s Eikon Basilike ‘I came to words through other visual artists’, saysSusan Howein an inter-view, ‘I just took years of moving around the edges of what was present for words to penetrate my sight’. More information about this seller Because of the favourable image it created of the king, John Milton was assigned by the regicides to reply to it, which he did in his "Eikonoklastes". 132. In Answer to a Book Intitled, Eikon Basilike, the Portraiture of his Sacred Majesty in his Solitudes and Sufferings. Published by See: Francis F. Madan, A New Bibliography of the Eikon Basilike, page 112, No 133 and page 191 image 28. Silence Wager Stories. . Charles I, King of England) [Gauden, John], attributed to, Published by Other names Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. Seller Inventory # 003265. Hardcover. Eikon Basilike The Portraiture of His Sacred Majesty in His Solitudes and Sufferings, Cornell University Press/Folger Shakespeare Library. For centuries the poetic work has had to fulfill specific parameters (aesthetic, acoustic, formal, or content) to be considered as such (Wolosky 2001: 16-21; Puktas 2006:1-4; Strachan and Terry 2011: 23-46). Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Quarter Boards. Gray cloth in unclipped jacket. In a letter to Himself. One of the main characteristics they bring into the poem is the total disruption between form and content. oe untrimmed. The best way to do so is by employing three techniques that will become very popular among contemporary writers: – No establishing differences between prose and poetry. Services . Bound in an amateur tape backed boards, binding worn and rubbed but firm. The reader could even go beyond the written text to the extent of interpreting the blanks spaces contained in the middle of the poem to represent the silences, the secrets of this historical episode, the intrigues those characters did not speak out but could be contained in that book the author mentions at the beginning. PART 4:Eikon basilike:, or the picture of the late King James Further drawn to the Life.1697. It is evident from all these elements, Howe´s interest is not in the words but in the visual presentation they get and the way her poem exceeds all reader´s expectations. Light wear to extremities; a few occasional pale stains, lacks terminal blank, generally fresh. London printed for H. Brome and H. Marsh at the Gun in Ivy-Lane and at the Princes Arms in Chancery-Lane near Fleetstreet. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. London : Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh, 1693. for Richard Royston], [London Hardcover. There is a limited one, represented by poets like Gerald Stern, Wanda Coleman, Ted Berrigan, or Karen Volkman. More information about this seller 1st Edition. With the arrival of Modernism, and later on, Avant-Garde movements, a revolution would take place in the literary scene (Jenkins 2008: 2-6; Finch 2002: 400-411). Furniss, Tom and Michael Bath. I will also mention some useful techniques contemporary readers use to employ to approach such type of works. Jenkins, Grant Matthew. Almack here provides a detailed account of the printing and publication history and surveys the evidence for authorship, before setting out a very detailed bibliographical catalogue of the various editions. Moreover, writers are confronted with a great dilemma: how to express themselves, how to be creative but not being rejected because of being too much opaque or confusing to be understood? Eikon Basilike. Written in simple, direct, and moving language, it quickly ran through some 47 editions and was translated into several languages. | Contact this seller WITH A PREFACE shewing the transcendent Excellency of MILTON's Prose Works. Collage is also a way of mixing disciplines. (HERTFORDSHIRE, United Kingdom), About this Item: Richard Baldwin, London, 1696. The "Eikon Basilike: the Portraiture of his Sacred Majestie in His Solitudes and Sufferings" was written in 1648-9 and was long attributed to King Charles I : the Cambridge History of English Literature observes that "It is almost impossible to resist his claim to the authorship", also noting that "Few books have had greater influence in English history". First Edition. (2019) Reading as Democracy in Crisis: Interpretation, Theory, History. Author: Leticia del Toro Tags: poetics, Susan Howe Category: On Literature March 12, 2020, Your email address will not be published. End-papers foxed otherwise a tight clean copy with no wear to the binding. (SUDBURY, United Kingdom), About this Item: New York: Cornell University Press, 1966. 32 cm. Riverrun Books & Manuscripts, ABAA A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE KING'S BOOK, OR, EIKON BASILIKE. Sequitur Books Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Seller Inventory # ABE-1493911993331. E286B. Engraved double-page portrait by William Marshall. | Contact this seller [vi], iv, [viii], 176[2]pp, steel engraved series title-page, engraved title-page vignette, decorated capitals. In a letter to Himself. Free Shipping Worldwide. (1966), From: This definition contains two crucial characteristics we observe closely related to a traditional perception of poetry.4 On the one hand, poetry is expected to provoke an aesthetic response to the reader, usually, a pleasurable one, using rhythm, rhythmic patterns, the use of specific terms, etc. By Susan Howe. 5. We have denominated the second strategy, “One for All,” and it would be applicable to poems where there is a slight fragmentation, where the reader can still rely on the poem because there are still readable sentences that provide information. Seller Inventory # C48245. First Edition. The first chapter, “Contextures: Susan Howe’s ‘voices stuttering out of the wilderness,’” examines Howe’s A Bibliography of the King’s Book, or, Eikon Basilike from the perspective of intertextuality. 1st Edition. from A Bibliography of the King’s Book or, Eikon Basilike. A Bibliography of the King's Book; or, Eikon Basilike book. Title repaired. Madan here provides full descriptions of 81 editions of the Eikon, numerous connected works, and the extensive literature of the authorship controversy. they were delicious : 1648, 1648. Eikonoklastes. More information about this seller (1649), From: Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press. Front joint lightly cracked. Together with his Majesty´s Speech on the Scaffold, erected at Whitehall-Gate.” This is the title of a book published after Charles´s the First death as a homage to the king. The errata is listed on the recto side of the last page of the Table of Contents. The reader is left with an incoherent text, uncertain how to decipher it at first sight. Photos available upon request. 1 (March, 2008): 161-176. Condition: Fine. Richard Baron's edition of Eikonoklastes was first published in Baron's edition of Milton's Prose Works in 1753, and this first separate edition appeared in this quarto volume of 96 pages in 1756. 197-269, for the most part in the margin, errata leaf bound recto-verso. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Editions Rodopi B.V. Finch, Annie and Katherine Varnes. By Susan Howe. Arriving on the stage of history I saw madness of the world. Lacking first and last blank leaves A1 and S8, and lacking the engraved frontispiece portrait by Marshall. These poets represent that group of artists who will enjoy using traditional metrical patterns while working with current themes; this is a current particularly important during the ’80s and ’90s (Dacey and Jaus 1986). On the other hand, the poem seems to be perceived as a dialogue between its creator and a reader who receives it. In this sense, “the reader does not interpret the poem but the poem interprets the reader.” The event of reading a work of literature will unfold differently for the same reader at different times of his or her life as the reader´s history and nature evolve. The present edition, which follows the text of the first edition as re-issued in 1649, includes supplemental material from other editions and incorporates the results of research completed since the last edition appeared in 1904". The strategy would consist of choosing just two or three terms and build an interpretation of the poem on them. 197-269, for the most part in the margin, errata leaf bound recto-verso. Hardcover. Social. More information about this seller No Jacket. Susan Howe Susan Howe's A Bibliography of the King's Book, or Eikon Basilike (poems) is just out from Paradigm Press. Seller Inventory # ABE-10558. It consists of a poem eminently written in prose, but that keeps the characteristics we expect from a poem. See: Francis F. Madan, A New Bibliography of the Eikon Basilike, page 112, No 133 and page 191 image 28. Condition: Near Fine. (Witney, OXON, United Kingdom), About this Item: Alexander Moring, De La More Press, London, 1903. (1966), From: The De La More Press Folios Series No II. 1st edition. Howe presents a poem that reminds us of the so-called “found poems” (Trawick 1990: 187-195). Schilb Antiquarian Boston University Libraries. Susan Howe : œuvres (16 ressources dans data.bnf.fr) Œuvres textuelles (12) La marque de naissance (2019) Mon Emily Dickinson (2017) Souls of labadie tract (2007) The midnight (2003) Héliopathie. 8vo. “Resurrecting Absence: Susan Howe’s A Bibliography of the King’s Book: Or, Eikon Basilike and the Historically Unspoken.” Cultural Studies Review 14, no. Lacking first and last blank leaves A1 and S8, and lacking the engraved frontispiece portrait by Marshall. Published by 1 vols. Dust Jacket Condition: None. Susan Howe is an American poet, whose work, despite being associated with L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E poets, often pushes the boundaries of genre and style. Hardcover. De La More Press, London 29.5cm by 24cm. It considers the connections between the formally embedded tensions of this poem’s Other names Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. Contemporary old ink signature on first blank endpaper dated 1660. The book has made its way back to Britain. By Susan Howe. Visually it is constituted by a kind of collage in which sentences appear distributed on the page. 1 vols. — Bartleby. These are just three projections we have observed in our analysis of contemporary poetry. Conversion I like to be stationary. Size: 4to. George Jeffery Books First edition. : 1648 Pages 309-315 contain two papers, found in the strong box and published in 1686, setting out the King's reasons for turning Roman Catholic. A good, sturdy hardcover overall, but vellum backstrip chipped away except for 1' piece held on by tape; edges of boards moderately worn and rubbed through at fore-corner tips; paper clean and moderately yellowed with light foxing to endpapers. Condition: Fine. 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WITH A PREFACE shewing the transcendent Excellency of MILTON's Prose Works. 2 has title: A collection of declarations, treaties, and other principal passages concerning the differences betwixt King Charles I and his two houses of Parliament / edited by William Fulman and Richard Perrinchief. Item number: #1809 Price: $750 WAGSTAFFE, Thomas A vindication of King Charles the martyr : proving that His Majesty was the author of Eikon basilike, against a memorandum said to be written by the Earl of Anglesey, and against the exceptions of Dr. Walker and others London : Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh, 1693. Condition: Very Good. As Joyce says of Howe: “In most of her work she, like other postmodernist writers . This book is collectively a set of meditations during the King s imprisonment and consisted of many of the government s problems and corruption. Breaking the frontier between prose and poetry has always been one of the fundamental characteristics employed by poets who confronted the Establishment. By Susan Howe. Furthermore, some will use their work to claim their ethnicity. New York: Harper and Row. From all the existing writers she is one of the best to exemplify the disruption between form and content while she surprises to the reader with a particular thematic line based on history, literature, religion, diaries, personal correspondence, and autobiography, whose content is presented in such a form the reader gets always surprised by its originality as we will see through our article. The "Eikon Basilike: the Portraiture of his Sacred Majestie in His Solitudes and Sufferings" was written in 1648-9 and was long attributed to King Charles I : the Cambridge History of English literature observes that "It is almost impossible to resist his claim to the authorship", also noting that "Few books have had greater influence in English history". (2005) Thieft. A book so infrequently found with the portrait by Marshall that earlier bibliographies (incuding Pforzheimer, following Almack's lead) assumed that when one did appear, it was "tipped in". 22. From a formal point of view, I will discuss her concept of the poetic work as a piece of art not only compose of words but capable of including any other element the poet chooses such as photographs, drawings, tissue papers, etc. Spine cloth missing, corners worn, dents to edges. But probably those two words and the visual presentation of the text suggest an interpretation. Poems for Children; Poems for Teens; Poem Guides; Audio Poems; Poets 1st Edition. | Contact this seller The book has made its way back to Britain. Dust Jacket Condition: None. Other than the ffep, the book is missing all pages prior to pA3 of the Table of Contents, so there is no engraving or publishing details; furthermore the six(?) from My Emily Dickinson. There are seventy-seven chapters, caricaturing the 'Eikon' and dealing with various episodes in the King's career, some of which have mock prayers at the end". (Stroud, United Kingdom), About this Item: Published by Elliot Stock, London, 1880. , xlii, [6], 227 pages, folding frontispiece First Edition thus , light foxing to boards, endpapers tanned, occasional light foxing to pages, very good condition , vellum, red ruled borders, black titles to front and spine, full red edges , octavo, 29 cm x 13 cm Hardback ISBN: Seller Inventory # 76897. However, with the birth of the reader-response theories, the reader started to acquire their importance in the literary work. No Jacket. London printed for H. Brome and H. Marsh at the Gun in Ivy-Lane and at the Princes Arms in Chancery-Lane near Fleetstreet There is a slight bump to the upper outside corners of the book with matching marks to the dustwrapper; some additional faint shelfwear to the dustjacket, otherwise fine. (1880), From: Many authors consider the best way of expressing novelties in poetry departs from breaking with tradition. A rare first edition of an important book on English royals. Texts that overlap imply authority, some restriction to the freedom of expression, that “Liberty” of an “Author” the poem refers to. Seller Inventory # H581. Nonetheless, completely servicable, in no immediate need of attention, and above average condition for the period. Quarter Boards. [British Museum Catalog denotes 1st edition), 1662. Published by (1904), From: More information about this seller 3. However, the lines that cut those sections could represent the chaos caused by the plebs. The poem opens the way to multiple interpretations acquiring great importance its disposition on the page. However, the reader loses all these references when there is a drastic change in the presentation of the poem, both at the level of form and content. FIRST EDITION 1660, divided into three books each with its own title page with different imprint. Berman, Art. London : Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh, 1693. (Haverfordwest, United Kingdom), About this Item: Hardcover. Based on a paper read before the Bibliographical Society, London, May 21, 1894. Small 8vo, approximately 160 x 105 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, engraved frontispiece, pages: [8], [1]-93, [3 - blanks], title page, 3-79, [1 - blank], title page, 1-46, 33-56 (collates as ESTC), bound in full contemporary sheep with the King's crown in gilt to upper and lower covers and blind rules, gilt lettered label to spine. 8vo First edition, third issue (with pagination of sheet "G" corrected). Many writers wish to awake consciousness, provoking reader´s reactions against events they want to denounce. Condition: Very Good. 233 entries in the main sequence. Includes the scarce "Praiers used by His Majestie in the time of his sufferings." I will start discussing the traditional concept of poetry as an object to provide aesthetic pleasure to the reader and how it has changed in our times. More information about this seller I know no resolutions more worthy a Christian king, than to prefer his conscience before his kingdoms. Bound in modern modern gilt-blocked buckram, very good. This dictionary says it consists of a “writing that formulates a concentrated imaginative awareness of experience in language chosen and accepted to create a specific emotional response through meaning, sound, and rhythm.”. In the following poem, we have an example of how this technique works. Howe, Susan and David Grubbs. On the contrary, in the last years, poetry is acquiring meaningful social and political engagements. Front pastedown has bookplate of "D Carrick Jun. 6 I refer to the first section of her poem that reads: “England´s Black Tribunal: Containing the Complete Tryal of King Charles The First by the Pretended High Court of Justice in Westminster-Hall, begun Jan. 20, 1648. Limited edition of 250 copies. Lacking frontis. (2011) Frolic Architecture. Limited edition of 150 Large Paper copies. Blades, East & Blades, London From that moment onwards, the poetic sphere would contemplate two main poetic currents. [British Museum Catalog denotes 1st edition). Summing up, we could say that the poetic sphere has changed a lot in the last years and that the reader is no longer a passive entity awaiting from the poet to illuminate them with their message. 4to. First edition. Condition: Very Good. Published by The presentation of all these new ideas brings into the scene the defamiliarization of the old forms. The article focuses on the opinions of Susan Howe in her book A Bibliography of the King's Book, Or Eikon Basilike. | Contact this seller (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), About this Item: A. Millar, London, 1756. (1880), From: More Poems by Susan Howe. 15. (2008) Poetic Obligation: Ethics in Experimental American Poetry After 1945. (2013) Tom Tit Tot. There are occasions the poems seem incomprehensible, and the reader is unable to extract any meaning from it. Nevertheless, sometimes, that task becomes almost impossible to achieve, as we have already commented. It is made, apparently, from several overlapped fragments of texts whose reading is almost impossible as there are just a few recognizable words. Susan Howe. The Pourtraicture of His Sacred Majesty King Charles II : With His Reasons for Turning Roman Catholick. Hard Cover. 143 p. + examples. Something similar happens with another group of terms: “intonation,” “rustling,” “benediction,” “stain,” “lips,” and “wal”. PART 1:Eikon basilike:, or the picture of the late King James drawn to the life. A Bibliography of the King's Book of Eikon Basilike. [x], iv, [viii], 176, [11] pp; original buckram-backed blue boards, printed paper labe;, teg. (Wickham Market, United Kingdom), About this Item: Blades, East & Blades,, London, 1896. MW Books Ltd. No Dust Jacket. CHILTON BOOKS Dust Jacket Condition: No dj. Hanaver, David Ian and Dyanne Rivers. Published by | Contact this seller Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. from Chanting at the Crystal Sea. End-papers foxed otherwise a tight clean copy with no wear to the binding. The present edition, which follows the text of the first edition as re-issued in 1649, includes supplemental material from other editions and incorporates the results of research completed since the last edition appeared in 1904". limited edition. Eikon Basilike. Size: 4to. Condition: Fine. Susan Howe is an American poet, whose work, despite being associated with L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E poets, often pushes the boundaries of genre and style. (1693), From: Original publisher's blsck cloth, lettered gilt on spine and on front cover. The book purports to be the king's spiritual autobiography. 2019. http://www.merriam-webster.com (1 October 2019). But most of them break with traditional patterns to present these thematic lines which implies many readers consider this poetry unreadable and chaotic. Eikon Basilike: The Pourtraicture of His Sacred Solitudes and Sufferings. The reader was considered just a receiver of a message transmitted by a poet who used a supposedly prescribed code. As we also said previously, the reader can rely on the association of terms with elements in common. It is made by at least three fragments of texts overlapped and fragmented. (Olney, MD, U.S.A.), About this Item: Cornell University Press/Folger Shakespeare Library, 1966. 12mo (165 x 95 mm; 6½ x 3¾ inches). Small 8vo, approximately 160 x 105 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, engraved frontispiece, pages: [8], [1]-93, [3 - blanks], title page, 3-79, [1 - blank], title page, 1-46, 33-56 (collates as ESTC), bound in full contemporary sheep with the King's crown in gilt to upper and lower covers and blind rules, gilt lettered label to spine. Poem to this LISTING, all ZOOMABLE, Further IMAGES on REQUEST important the of. Bibliographical Society, London, 1896 third, our Deliverer and Restorer.1696 Contents. About this seller 10 Charles the first one, the publication history and authorship. 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