Sunderland: Ceolfrith Press, . Paperback. Fine. Paperback. Number 24 of 50 numbered copies signed by Basil Bunting. First edition. English poet Joseph Skipsey (1832 - 1903) is best known for his work "The Hartley Calamity" about an 1862 mining accident in which over 200 people died. That poem is not included here, but many others are in addition to multiple illustrations. According to the preface, pre-raphaelite poet and artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti admired Skipsey's work and called him "a man of real genius." Fine in white illustrated paper wrappers with dark purple title to spine and front cover. Light rubbing to rear cover. Clean and bright. 111 pages. POE/101416. (Inventory #: 30192)
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