Thomas Hood was a British humorist, publisher and poet whose popular verse injected some much-needed levity and realism into early nineteenth-century literature. This volume collects a broad cross-section of his most important work, including "The Song of the Shirt," a moving portrait of poverty that garnered widespread acclaim in its day.
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