Image taken from page 67 of ‘[The Book of the Poets. (Chaucer to Beattie.) Illustrated with forty-five elegant engravings on steel, from designs by Corbould, &c. With an essay on English poetry.]‘

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Title: "[The Book of the Poets. (Chaucer to Beattie.) Illustrated with forty-five elegant engravings on steel, from designs by Corbould, &c. With an essay on English poetry.]"
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 11601.i.15."
Page: 67
Place of Publishing: London
Date of Publishing: 1886
Publisher: J. Blackwood & Co.
Edition: [Another edition.] The Book of the Poets; from Chaucer to Montogomery, etc.
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 000411666

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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