Byron, Lord,Poetical Work of Lord Byron ,1921,Humphrey Milford,London Edinburgh …,Full brown calf,8vo (4.75x7.625") Very heavy gilt, 6 panels, 1 label, Cambridge style boards. Frenchont blanks with clipping of George Rutland's critique of Cooks "Diamond Dust," and two manuscript letters Frenchom Cook to Rutledge tipped in. Both letters 4 pp. in length, on letterhead addressed 1 Lorrimore Square. The letters contain messages of thanks for gifts, requests that he review her poetry, some mentions of her publishers, etc. In all, the letters indicate that Cook held Rutland's opinions of her work in great esteem. Additionally, the title-page is inscribed by Cook, "To Mr. George Rutland / With the kindest wishes of / Eliza Cook." As an author and poet associated with the Chartist movement, Cook was quite popular among England's working-class; as a proponent of politcal equality for women, she was equally popular among women.,Poetical, Poetry, British classic

Poetical Work of Lord Byron

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