Hood, Whims and Oddities in Prose and Verse (1860)


Thomas Hood, Whims and Oddities in Prose and Verse, with eighty-nine original designs (London: Edward Moxon & Son, new edn. 1860), 309 pp.

Sextodecimo. Full morocco binding with gold stamping front and back. All edges marbled with marbled endpapers. Dentilles in blind. Eighty-seven illustrations.

Thomas Hood (1799–1845) was a British humorist and poet. His humour and illustrations range from the witty to the downright surreal.

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DIMENSIONS: 6.75" H x 4.50" W
YEAR: 1860
CONDITION: Very good. All bindings tight, but with some chipping and cracking to upper spine as shown. Missing (blank) half-title, which was probably removed owing to previous owner's name.
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