William Knight (1836-1916) was a Moral Philosopher based out of the University of St. Andrews and was best known for his critical work on poet, William Wordsworth. This octavo edition of Wordsworth's poetical work is an important work of critical representation of the poet as well as a historical significant representation of Knight's scholarship.
Publisher: Macmillan and Co., Ltd.
Date Published: 1896
Place Published: London
Condition: Very good
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: 8 vols. lxiv, 337, x, 438, vi, 406. ix, 283, v, 399, xi, 396, xvii, 416, xxiii, 467p. 18.5 cm red cloth hardcover bindings with gold lettering on spines. Frontispiece portraits of Wordsworth in each volume. Some pages remain uncut. Several pages in a few volumes have rust stains from a paperclip along top edges. Text remains unmarked.