Byron; A Symposium, edited by John Jump; 150th Anniversary lectures, Review copy
Byron; A Symposium. Edited by John Jump; Most of the essays in this collection derive from lectures given in London, Cambridge and Manchester in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of Byron's death. Various contributors; A. L Rowse, John D. Jump, Francis Berry, Gilbert Phelps, P.M. Yarker, A.B. England, W. Ruddick, Anne Barton, and P.D. Flack. Review copy.
Provenance; from the library of the late William St Clair (1937 - 2021), British historian, academic and author. No signature or annotations on the book, but supplied with a signed review request from Duff Hart-Davis at the Sunday Telegraph, addressed to William St. Clair. Also a Review copy slip, and half a page of pencil notes written by William St. Clair. Please see our other listings for related works.
Published by The Macmillan Press Ltd, London and Basingstoke, 1975. First edition.
A near fine brown paperback with gilt to spine. Very slight wear. Dustjacket is very good with minor wear and age discoloration. Text is bright and clean and soundly bound. Slight paperclip indentation to fist free endpaper.
Text in English.
xvi + 188pp.
Weight approximately 395g (unpacked).
Dimensions: approximately 223mm high x 146mm wide x 22mm deep.