Lyrical Poetry from Blake to Hardy, by H. J. C. Grierson, signed and inscribed, 1928
Hogarth Lectures No. 5: Lyrical Poetry from Blake to Hardy, by H. J. C. Grierson. This copy carries his signature and an inscription on the first free endpaper. He writes the William Wordsworth poem 'October, 1803' in its entirety. Also included is the poem transcribed on a typewritten sheet.
Published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, London, 1928. First edition.
A good orange cloth hardback with some wear in original paper dustjacket. Jacket is rather grubby with much discoloration to the spine and a little bumped. Inner gutter joint cracked to webbing after first free endpaper, but all still bound. Text pages are age spotted throughout, including edge of text block.
Approximately 190mm high x 128mm wide x 21mm deep.
Weight approximately 256g unpacked.