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Indian Love (poetry by Laurence Hope)

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1918 reprint by William Heinemann of the poetry collection, first published in 1905. Hardback. Pale green cloth boards with title plate on spine. Covers are faded and dusty with minor shelf wear. Inside pages are tanned and there is some foxing. Tissue-guarded frontispiece shows a photographic portrait of the poet. Pages are rough cut. Binding is still secure. Overall condition is quite good.

This volume contains 47 poems on the themes of India and love, written by Violet Nicolson under the nom-de-plume of Laurence Hope. An eccentric, living in India and married to an army General, Violet's private life and love affairs scandalised Victorian society. Violet Nicolson committed suicide in Madras in 1904.

Now largely forgotten, her poems are well worth re-discovering.

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Author(s):
Hope, Laurence (Nicolson, Violet)
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
92
Publisher:
William Heinemann

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1918 reprint by William Heinemann of the poetry collection, first published in 1905. Hardback. Pale green cloth boards with title plate on spine. Covers are faded and dusty with minor shelf wear. Inside pages are tanned and there is some foxing. Tissue-guarded frontispiece shows a photographic portrait of the poet. Pages are rough cut. Binding is still secure. Overall condition is quite good.

This volume contains 47 poems on the themes of India and love, written by Violet Nicolson under the nom-de-plume of Laurence Hope. An eccentric, living in India and married to an army General, Violet's private life and love affairs scandalised Victorian society. Violet Nicolson committed suicide in Madras in 1904.

Now largely forgotten, her poems are well worth re-discovering.

Author(s):
Hope, Laurence (Nicolson, Violet)
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
92
Publisher:
William Heinemann

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