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    [T. S. Eliot, association]. A. E. Housman. A Shropshire Lad. London: [1922]. Grant edition, inscribed by Eliot to his sister.

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    [T. S. Eliot, association]. A. E. Housman. A Shropshire Lad. London: Grant Richards, Ltd. [1922]. Presentation copy, inscribed by T. S. Eliot to his sister on the front free endpaper: "for Charlotte/with love and/best wishes for/Christmas and the/New Year. From/Vivien and Tom./1922". Sixteenmo. 101 pages. Publisher's full rose morocco, front board decoratively paneled in dark red, front board and spine lettered in gilt. Binding toned and quite worn, binding worn, endleaves toned, a few gutters overopened. A good copy. With an unusual appearance of Vivien's name in Eliot's inscription.

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