The Lady of Shalott
Photo-mechanical reproduction of a wood-engraving by Rudland
6 x 4 inches
The Yellow Book 9: 54
One of the many versions of Tennyson’s celebrated poem, which conveys her mental agitation in the form of swirling material from the loom.
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Scanned image and text by Simon Cooke.
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