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305. BROWNING, E. B. (MEYNELL, Alice. Intro.): Poems. London: Blackie and Son Limited, 1907. FIFTH IMPRESSION. Duodecimo (16 x 10.5 cm) pp. xi, 278. Publisher's full vellum, titles and Art Nouveau decoration in gilt and green to upper and spine, with similar decorative endpapers all by Talwin Morris. Top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Title page printed in red and black, headlines also printed in red. Frontispiece portrait of Browning. Some darkening to the vellum as is common with this style of binding, but gilt and decoration remain bright. Gift inscription, dated 1915, on the back of the portrait. Pages clean and fresh, with a few leaves still uncut at the fore-edge. Includes 42 poems and the series Sonnets from the Portuguese; featuring the famous poem: "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways..."


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