London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. Ltd., 1934, Hardback in dust wrapper.
From the cover: A study of Coleridges thought on the nature and powers of words. To ask about the meanings of words is to ask about everything. Coleridges critical theory of the imagination and the fancy has a scope which cannot be appreciated without an inquiry into the interactions of meanings one with another. This is an attempt to restate …
Good in Good Dust Wrapper. Plain paper dust wrapper a little edgeworn and faded with a little loss to the head of the spine and top edge, stained on the lower panel. Edges of the textblock heavily tanned, with a red stain to the very margin of the last few leaves. Previous owners’ name to the first blank. Pages lightly age-tanned.
Red boards with Black titling to the Spine. (xv) 236 pages. Index. 8¼” x 5½”.
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