/The Complete Poetical Works Of Thomas Hood Oxford 1911
The Complete Poetical Works Of Thomas Hood
Edited with notes by Walter Jerrold. Thomas Hood (1799-1845) was a British humorist and poet.In addition to the humorous work for which he is perhaps chiefly remembered (including 'Miss Kilmansegg', which appeared in the 'New Monthly Magazine'), Hood wrote a number of serious poems: the popular 'Song of the Shirt' (published anonymously in 'Punch' in 1843) and 'The Bridge of Sighs', 'The Haunted House', 'The Elm Tree', 'The Plea of the Midsummer Fairies', and shorter pieces such as 'The Death-bed'.
- Publisher Oxford University Press, Henry Frowde, London; 1911
- Navy Blue Cloth Hardback With Gilt Title, 773 pp
- Size 190 x 130 mm, 0.75 kg
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