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The poet's progress / by Walter D'Arcy Cresswell ; with a portrait by William Rothenstein
Bib ID 992597
Format BookBook
Author
Cresswell, Walter D'Arcy, 1896-1960
 
Description London [England] : Faber & Faber, 1930 
156 p. : port. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

"First published in MCMXXX."

"Part one of The poet's progress was published in a leading New Zealand daily newspaper, the Christchurch press ... in the year 1928. It was slightly altered since; and three sonnets were added."--p. [10]

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Bagnall C1758

Subjects Cresswell, Walter D'Arcy, 1896-1960.  |  Poets, New Zealand -- 20th century -- Biography.

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