I Rule the House

By: Cooke, Edmund Vance

Price: $20.00

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7 3/4 x 5 1/4 inches, 147 pages, pages bordered with illuminated blue art nouveau decoration; blue cloth boards decorated in white and black with gilt titles, boards rubbed and edge worn with mild soiling, spine darkened, top edge gilt, remaining edges untrimmed, pretty art nouveau end papers, previous owner's name in front end paper, pages toned, binding sound. Edmund Vance Cooke (1866 - 1932), popularly known as "the poet laureate of childhood," worked in a sewing machine factory until he decided to become a self-employed poet. He published at least 16 books of verse, as well as other books, but he is best known for his poem "How Did You Die?" Once the Detroit News launched its radio station, WWJ, in 1920, Cooke broadcast his own poems on air.

Title: I Rule the House

Author Name: Cooke, Edmund Vance

Categories: Beautiful Bindings,

Publisher: New York, Dodge: 1910

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Hardcover

Size: 8vo - over 7

Seller ID: 001088

Keywords: AMERICAN POETRY POET LAUREATE OF CHILDHOOD DECORATIVE PUBLISHERS BINDING ART NOUVEAU STYLE