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BROOKE, Rupert.

The Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke.

The Title-Page and Portrait Cut on the Wood by G. Raverat.

Stock Code
101712
London, Philip Lee Warner, publisher to The Medici Society, Ltd., 1919
£1,750

The book contains some of Brooke's best remembered poems, Tiare Hahiti and The Soldier, with its famous opening line, 'If I should die, think only this of me: That there's some corner of a foreign field That is for ever England', as well as his longer poem Grantchester, with its equally famous ending: 'oh! yet Stands the Church clock at ten to threeý And is there honey still for teaý'

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Description

Limited edition, number 27 of 1,000, printed in the Riccardi fount on handmade Riccardi Paper; 4to (225 x 160 mm); frontispiece wood-engraving of Brooke, engraved pictorial title, both by Raverat; later binding for Asprey in full navy blue morocco with decorative gilt panels to both boards of onlaid grey and gilt lilies, gilt lilies to spine, foliate gilt dentelles, all edges gilt; x, 156, [2]pp.

Bibliography

Keynes 16.

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