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A PRISONER OF PENTONVILLE

"RED BAND"

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New York and London: Putnams, 1920. First Edition. 8vo. Publisher's blue cloth with gilt titles at front board and spine. Minor wear to cloth at corners and spine. Two spots of rubbing at front board. Spine sunned. Endpapers darkened. Some light toning. Very good. 114pp. (Item ID: 16711)

Poetry of an inmate of London's Pentonville Prison, between September 1917 and May 1918, while imprisoned as a conscientious objector.



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