Limited ed. of 100 signed and dated copies, no. 37.
|Series||The Manuscript series,, no. 7|
|LC Classifications||PR6058.U37 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||75503247|
The Martyrdom of Bishop Farrar Paperback – by Ted HUGHES (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — — Author: Ted HUGHES. Softcover. First separate edition, first issue, withdrawn owing to the transposition of two lines of the poem and the poet's disapproval of the wrappers. Quarto. Riveted pictorial marbled wrappers. Fine. One of about copies thus. *Sagar & Tabor* A21a.I. As this issue was never officially released, most copies were unnumbered and unsigned, although the bibliographers note one exception. Softcover. First separate edition, first issue, withdrawn owing to the transposition of two lines of the poem and the poet's disapproval of the wrappers. Quarto. Riveted pictorial marbled wrappers. One of about copies thus. A small chip on the rear wrap, else near fine. As this issue was never officially released, most copies were unnumbered and unsigned, although the bibliographers note. The Martyrdom of Bishop Farrar. Shipping costs are based on books weighing LB, or 1 KG. If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact you to let you know extra shipping is required. Any book over $ must be sent UPS or Priority Mail. Close. More from this seller.
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Author: HUGHES, Ted. Publication: (Bow, Crediton, Devon: Manuscript Series, ). First separate edition, first issue, withdrawn owing to the transposition of two lines of the poem and the poet's disapproval of the wrappers. Dr. Robert Farrar This worthy and learned prelate, the bishop of St. David's in Wales, having in the former reign, as well as since the accession of Mary, been remarkably zealous in promoting the reformed doctrines, and exploding the rrors of popish idolatry, was summoned, among others, before the persecuting bishop of Winchester, and other commissioners set apart for the abominable work of. : The Martyrdom of Bishop Farrar [Withdrawn 1st Edition]: Book No.7 in the publishers' The Manuscript Series. Unpaginated 8pp poem originally published as the final poem in the author's first book of poetry 'The Hawk in the Rain' (Faber, ). This is one of copies printed by Phillips & Co. in Crediton, Devon. Pictorial blue and red paper marbled wrappers bound with two rivets. Burned by Bloody Mary's men at Caermarthon If I flinch from the pain of the burning, believe not the doctrine that I have preached. — His words at the stake. Bloody Mary’s venomous flames can curl; They can shrivel sinew and char bone Of foot, .