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 ANDERSON, G.K., The literature of the Anglo-Saxons.
ANDERSON, G.K.
The literature of the Anglo-Saxons.
New York, Russell & Russell, 1962. (XX) 431 pp. Cloth. good condition
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Book number: 638620
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 BEHAN, BRENDAN, Bekentenissen van een Ierse rebel. Uit het Engels vertaald en van een nawoord voorzien door Ko Dooman met een inleiding van Rae Jeffs.
BEHAN, BRENDAN
Bekentenissen van een Ierse rebel. Uit het Engels vertaald en van een nawoord voorzien door Ko Dooman met een inleiding van Rae Jeffs.
Amsterdam, AP, 1970. 286 pp. Paperback. (Privé-Domein, 14) rug gebruind, naam op schutblad, verder in goede staat
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Book number: 633523
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BYRON, GEORGE GORDON NOEL, LORD, ROGERS, SAMUEL
Lara. A tale, Jacqueline. A tale. Poems.
London, J. Murray, 1814. (VI) 93 pp. 95-128 pp. Leather binding with decorated boards and spine and marbled endpapers top and bottom spine damaged, name on titlepage, paper here and there slightly foxed, otherwise in good condition
¶ First edition. The poem Jacqueline is divided in 3 parts. 'The first work composed after Byron abandoned the idea of giving up writing and buying back his copyrights, it is regarded by critics as a continuation of the autobiographical work begun in The Corsair. Unlike The Corsair, it was published anonymously, in conjunction with Samuel Rogers' Jacqueline.Lara, A Tale was first published anonymously by Lord Byron in 1814 alongside another poem that was not written by Byron. In this version, there is nothing to distinguish between Lara and Jacqueline (written by Samuel Rogers), as they were published anonymously and without any indication that there are two separate authors within the text. This tragic narrative poem is seen as a continuation of another poem of Byron's, The Corsair. It details Count Lara's return home after spending a few years travelling abroad. With a page as his only company, Lara's story continues as he encounters problems with his fellow men. First, this leads to a duel that Count Lara ends up winning and as the story progresses, he must also fight both friends and foes. Count Lara is successful in his battle against all odds, until one night he encounters a large group and attempts to fight them. Unfortunately, he is mortally wounded in the process and dies at the end of the poem.The copy text that Byron wrote for the first edition was made between June 14 and June 23, 1814. There were subsequent corrections made but none of the materials have been found. Sometime after August 5, 1814, Lara was published with Jacqueline for the first time. The first three editions were published together and anonymously, selling almost 7,000 copies. When the fourth edition was released, the tale was published by itself and under Byron's name'.
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Book number: 639638
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 BYRON, G.G. LORD,, Oeuvres complètes de Lord Byron. Traduction nouvelle de Louis Barré. Illustrée par Ch. Mettais, E. Bocourt, Éd. Frère. Édition Bry Ainé.
BYRON, G.G. LORD,
Oeuvres complètes de Lord Byron. Traduction nouvelle de Louis Barré. Illustrée par Ch. Mettais, E. Bocourt, Éd. Frère. Édition Bry Ainé.
Paris, N.p. , 1856. 400 pp. Halfleather binding with marbled boards and endpapers. Portrait. Illustrations. titlepage and endpapers browned, spine slightly rubbed, edges sides slightly damaged, paper here and there slightly foxed, otherwise good condition
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Book number: 620490
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CAMERON, K.N., (ED.)
Shelley and his circle 1773-1822. The Carl H. Pforzheimer Library. Volumes I and II.
Cambridge, HUP, 1961. (XLVIII) 474, (XIV) 475-1020 pp. Cloth. Illustrations. owner's name, spines slightly rubbed, good condition
¶ Being an edition of the manuscripts of P.B. Shelley, Sir T. Shelley, W. Godwin, M. Wollstonecraft, L. Hunt, T.L. Peacock, Lord Byron, H. Grove, E.J. Trelawny, H. Shelley, M. Wollstonecraft Shelley, C. Clairmont and others between 1773 and 1822 in The Carl H. Pforzheimer Library.Contributing ed. vol. I E.L. Nicholes, vol. II F.L. Jones
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Book number: 600376
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 EARNEST, E., Expatriates and patriots. American artists, scholars, and writers in Europe.
EARNEST, E.
Expatriates and patriots. American artists, scholars, and writers in Europe.
Durham, DUP, 1968. (X) 310 pp. Cloth. ibrarysticker on spine and verso cover, librarystamp verso title page, spine partly discoloured, otherwise in good condition
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Book number: 615289
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ELIOT, T.S.
De functie van de kritiek. Ingeleid, vertaald en toegelicht door Dr. J. Kuin.
Kampen, Kok Agora, 1989. 148 pp. Paperback. goede staat
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Book number: 610971
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FARMER, RICHARD
An essay on the learning of Shakspeare. Addressed to Joseph Cradock.
London, T. and H. Rodd, 1821. 114 pp. Leather binding with marbled endpapers. Portrait. binding a bit rubbed, name on endpaper, endpapers foxed, titlepage browned, otherwise in good condition
¶ With engraved portrait of Richard Farmer
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Book number: 639639
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 GAY, JOHN, Poetry and prose. Edited by Vinton A. Dearing with the assistance of Charles E. Beckwith. 2 volumes.
GAY, JOHN
Poetry and prose. Edited by Vinton A. Dearing with the assistance of Charles E. Beckwith. 2 volumes.
Oxford, UP, 1974. (VIII) 297, (VIII) 299-659 pp. Cloth + dustjackets. dustjackets slightly damaged, otherwise in good condition
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Book number: 638339
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 GOLDSMITH, OLIVER, The vicar of Wakefield. A tale supposed to be writen by himself. In two volumes. 2 volumes in one.
GOLDSMITH, OLIVER
The vicar of Wakefield. A tale supposed to be writen by himself. In two volumes. 2 volumes in one.
Glasgow, J. and M. Robertson, 1790. Leather. 6to. 143, 140 pp. paper browned, spine slightly damaged, hinges weak, cover slightly damaged and rubbed, small hole in pp. A3, otherwise good condition
¶ "The vicar of Wakefield" is a novel by Irish author Oliver Goldsmith (1728-1774). It was published in 1766, and was one of the most popular and widely read 18th-century novels among Victorians. The novel is mentioned in George Eliot's "Middlemarch", Jane Austen's "Emma" and Charles Dickens' "David Copperfield"
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Book number: 604285
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 GREIN, C.W.M., Sprachschatz angelsächsischen Dichter. Unter Mitwirkung von F. Holthausen neu herausgegeben von J.J. Köhler.
GREIN, C.W.M.
Sprachschatz angelsächsischen Dichter. Unter Mitwirkung von F. Holthausen neu herausgegeben von J.J. Köhler.
Heidelberg, Winter, 1912. (VI) 897 pp. Cloth. (Germanische Bibliothek, 4) cloth partly discoloured, writing in pencil on endpaper, binding a bit loose, paper here and there foxed, otherwise in good condition
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Book number: 636899
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 IRVING, WASHINGTON, Rip Van Winkle. With drawings by Arthur Rackham.
IRVING, WASHINGTON
Rip Van Winkle. With drawings by Arthur Rackham.
London, Heinemann, 1910. (XII) 62 pp. Binding in green cloth with illustrated frontboard. Illustrations. frontboards and edges slighty damaged, titlepage and French titlepage foxed, some small foxing in the text, left corner of the second illustration a bit damaged, otherwise in good condition
¶ With 51 coloured illustrations. First edition, sixth printing, december 1910
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Book number: 636879
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 JOLAS, E. (ED.), Transition. An International Workshop for Orphic Creation. March 1932, No 21.
JOLAS, E. (ED.)
Transition. An International Workshop for Orphic Creation. March 1932, No 21.
The Hague, The Servire Press, 1932. 322 pp. Paperback. cover and spine are discoloured, textblock foxed, cover a bit loose, owner's name, otherwise in a good condition
¶ Cover by Hans Arp. Contributions by Samuel Beckett, Franz Kafka, Hans Arp, Gottfried Benn, Hugo Ball and others and a section called 'Hommage to James Joyce'.
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Book number: 631163
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 LEWIS, M.G., Romantic tales. In four volumes. Complete in 4 volumes.
LEWIS, M.G.
Romantic tales. In four volumes. Complete in 4 volumes.
London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, 1808. (XXIV) 306, 335, 276, (IV) 326 pp. Halfleather bindings with marbled boards. boards of volume 1 loose; frontboard volume 2 loose; front board volume 4 partly loose; marbled covers of all 4 volumes rubbed; spines of volume 1 and 2 damaged; spines of volume 3 and 4 slightly damaged, here and there some small foxing in the texts, edges boards slightly damaged; otherwise in good condition
¶ Matthew Gregory Lewis (9 July 1775 ? - 14 or 16 May 1818) was an English novelist and dramatist, whose writings are often classified as "Gothic horror". He was frequently referred to as "Monk" Lewis, because of the success of his 1796 Gothic novel, The Monk. He also worked as a diplomat, politician, and an estate owner in Jamaica. M. G. Lewis' first published gothic romance novel, The Monk, (his first written novel, The Effusions of Sensibility, was never finished) appeared in 1796 to great acclaim. "To exaggerate the success and scandal of The Monk were impossible. Lewis at once became famous, and a celebrity he remained" (Summers, The Gothic Quest, p. 212.As time passed, the ring of acclaim turned to a tone of criticism. Rather than famous, Lewis became "infamous" and his once "artfully contrived" novel became "lewd" and regarded with the sternest disapproval. Even so, Lewis remained popular and published prolifically to delight of his established readers. His macabre gothic romance interests took the form of plays and poems, as well as, novels. In 1808 he published this book, The Romantic Tales, which "became very popular, and the book was more than once reprinted.."(Summers, A Gothic Bibliography, p. 485).With old ex libris of Margaret Anne Jeffray
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Book number: 628127
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 LOHUIS, E. TEN, Towards a winning of the west. Novels by East European Jewish immigrants to America and their American Offspring.
LOHUIS, E. TEN
Towards a winning of the west. Novels by East European Jewish immigrants to America and their American Offspring.
N.p., N.p., 2003. 452 pp. Paperback. Bibliography. Thesis. plasticized, librarysticker on spine, librarystamp verso title page, otherwise in good condition
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Book number: 624871
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