The Collected Poems of Roy Campbell [complete in three volumes]
London, The Bodley Head, 1949, 1957 and 1960 (all first editions).
Octavo, three volumes, 297, 256 and 144 pages.
Cloth (Volume 1) and papered boards (Volumes 2 and 3); Volume 1 slightly bumped at the extremities; an excellent set with the unclipped dustwrappers lightly sunned on the spine (and the one on Volume 1 unevenly sunned on the rear panel and slightly chipped and creased a the head of the spine).
As 'much at ease with the elegance and bawdyness of a pre-Christian like Horace as with a writer like Baudelaire, nourished in the Christian European tradition' (dustwrapper blurb on the last volume). [3 items].
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