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Title: PARLOUR POETRY. 101 Improving Gems.
Description: London. Michael Joseph, 1967., Selection of verse which Victorian children used to recite to family & friends, probably in the parlour, eg. "The Lips that Touch Liquor shall Never Touch Mine ", "The Mother In the Snowstorm", "Woodman Spare that Tree! " & "Oh, No! We Never Mention Her." 264 pages . Illustrated with old b./ w. engravings. Near fine except previous owner's name on f.e.p., Dark red cloth cover with lettering & design in gold on spine & on front. D./w. slightly worn on edges, small tear back top corner, o./w. near fine, price label for 2.00. 8" x 6". 1967

Keywords: poetry verse poems reciting

Price: GBP 9.00 = appr. US$ 12.85 Seller: GBL Books
- Book number: 3843

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