Carcanet New Press, 1980 - 90 pagina's
Robert Herrick was the great survivor among cavalier poets, and lines and phrases from his work have now passed into the common language. In this book, David Jesson-Dibley collects the best of Herrick's work, revealing the remarkably high quality of his oeuvre.
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