2 edition of Some unpublished poems of T. Randolph (1605-1935) found in the catalog.
Some unpublished poems of T. Randolph (1605-1935)
1925 in Leipzig .
Written in English
|Statement||by G.C. Moore Smith.|
|Series||Sonderdruck aus Anglica ... BrandlFestschrift. Palaestra -- nr. 147/148|
|Contributions||Smith, G. C. Moore.|
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Introduction --Commendatory poems --Poems from the edition of --Poems added in the edition of --Poems by, or attributed to Randolph, not included in the edition of --Textual notes --General notes --Index of first lines.
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