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London: Edward Arnold & Co., 1933. 500 g; VIII, 200 pages, last two pages blank, includes appendix, chapter notes, index. Traces of Foxing to the top edge uncut front and bottom edges, slight rubbing of the sides of the backstrip, and the lower corners of the boards. "In the following chapters an attempt is made to arrive at some understanding of what a very important poet was trying to do and why he was trying to do that and not something else, of the reasons why his poems have their particular form and character. Some such understanding is necessary to any critic, whether his aim be judgment, as with Johnson, or philosophy, as with Arnold; nor is it useless even to those who, like Hazlitt, look upon criticism as the expression of a personal mood. This implies historical study, and also the careful direction of that study." From the introduction page I. Second Impression. Navy Blue Cloth. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Literary Criticism.