Constable Correspondence, 1918-1929.

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Bottomley, Gordon, 1874-1948. Constable Correspondence, 1918-1929.

Constable Correspondence, 1918-1929.

A series of letter from the prominent British poet and playwright to Otto Kyllmann and Michael Sadleir of the British publishing firm, Constable? "King Lear's Wife," "The Crier by Night," "A Vision of Giorgione," and "Poems of Thirty Years."

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