British Literary Manuscripts: From 1800 to 1914

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Courier Corporation, 1 Ιαν 1981 - 311 σελίδες
19th-century British literary culture as seen through the autograph hand. Manuscripts reproduced from the original in the Morgan Library show hands of Coleridge, Scott, Jane Austen, Byron, Keats, Dickens, 130 autographs by 113 authors. Important documents, intimate approach to literature. Transcriptions, commentary. Checklist of Mss. in Morgan Library.
 

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letter to Chadwick and Ireland
2
draft of The Minerca 17989
6
letter to Lady Beaumont
8
Old Mortality 1816
11
The Life of Cowper 1835
18
Lochiels Warning 1802
23
The Jackdaw
32
Kets Rebel lion 1877
50
Peter Ibbetson ca 188990
90
The Pirates of Penzance 1879
91
At Eleusis ca 18645
92
Dante Gabriel Rossetti 1883
94
The Romantic Adventures of a Milkmaid 18823
95
The Abbey Mason 1911
97
letter to Edward Wil liam Urquhart 1867
98
letter to Alfred Miles 1891
100

letter to Thomas Carlyle 1837
53
letter to Anna Biddell 1875
56
letter to Charles Dickens 1850
57
letter to William Henry Brookfield 1832
58
Vanity Fair 1847
59
letter to Mrs William Henry Brookfield 1850
60
Mari Magno ca 18523
61
The Stones of Venice 18512
75
letter to Thomas Arnold 1857
77
The Woman in White 185960
79
Double Acrostic
85
The History of English Thought in the Eighteenth Century ca 18756
86
The City of Dreadful Night 18703
87
letter to Thomas James Cobden Sanderson 1885
88
Weir of Hermiston 18923
101
Robert Elsmere 1887
102
Memories of My Dead Life ca 19056
103
letter to Sir Arthur Sullivan 1889
104
The Picture of Dorian Gray 1890
106
postal card to Arthur Henry Bullen 1897
107
Ballads and Songs ca 1894
112
The Admirable
113
1
1863
The Blessed Damsel dated 1847
Diana of the Crossways ca 18834 83 GEORGE MEREDITH The Main Regret 1901
3
1815
6
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Verlyn Klinkenborg comes form a family of Iowa farmers. He is a member of the editorial board of The New York Times and has written for The New Yorker, Mother Jones, and Harper's. He lives on a small farm in upstate New York.

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