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Book Description

Fifth Edition 1835 with considerable additions. This edition is considered the definitive text. Size 12mo, 17 x 11cm; xxiv, 139pp plus errata. Bound in red cloth with gilt lettering to spine by Henry Young & Sons Liverpool, some fading, solid. Nice 1873 Windermere inscription on ffep (see photo) Text in very good clean condition, some light foxing. Complete with folding map frontispiece, very good condition, small tear at fold. One page with period pencil annotation. Very nice example.
Dealer Notes
Wordsworth’s guidebook to the Lake District has been studied by scholars both for its relationship to his romantic poetry and as an early influence on 19th C geography.
Originally written because Wordsworth needed money.
Author Wordsworth, William
Date 1835
Binding Red cloth
Publisher Kendal: Hudson And Nicholson
Illustrator -
Condition Very Good
Pages xxiv, 139pp

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