Some Wordsworth finds? Arranged and introduced by James Medborough [pseud.]
|Main Author:||Medborough, James, pseud.|
London, Unicorn press, 1895.
"This book is either a poor joke or a fraud ... Its absurd contents were laughed out of the region of serious consideration by the Pall Mall gazette, on Saturday, July 13th, 1895. "--Wise, T.J. A bibliography of the writings ... of William Wordsworth.
Poems apparently intended as parodies.
"Five hundred and fifty copies of this edition printed."
3 p. L., [ix]-xxiii, 24 p., 1 L.
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