The vagabond in literature

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100 2 ‡aCompton-Rickett, Arthur, ‡d1869-1937.
245 1 4 ‡aThe vagabond in literature, ‡cby Arthur Rickett. With six portraits.
260 ‡aLondon, ‡bJ.M. Dent & Co.; ‡aNew York, ‡bE.P. Dutton & Co., ‡c1906.
300 ‡a ‡bfront., ports. ‡c19 cm.
504 ‡a"Bibliographical notes": p. 206-[207]
505 0 ‡aForeword.--Introduction: The vagabond element in modern literature--I. William Hazlitt.--II. Thomas De Quincey.--III. George Borrow.--IV. Henry D. Thoreau.--V. Robert Louis Stevenson.--VI. Richard Jefferies.--VII. Walt Whitman.
538 ‡aMode of access: Internet.
600 1 0 ‡aWhitman, Walt, ‡d1819-1892.
600 1 0 ‡aThoreau, Henry David, ‡d1817-1862.
650 0 ‡aAuthors, English.
650 0 ‡aEnglish literature ‡y19th century ‡xHistory and criticism.
650 0 ‡aBohemianism.
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