Collection of Romantic Period Offprints from William St Clair's library - mainly author signed and inscribed
Collection of Romantic Period Offprints from William St Clair's library - mainly author signed and inscribed. Comprises:
Keats-Shelley Journal Volume XXXII, 1983; Shelley's Notes on Sculptures: The Provenance and Authority of the Text, by E.B. Murray. Author inscribed, and includes 2 personal letters to William St Clair;
Studies in English Literature; Mary Shelley and the Genesis of Moore's Life of Byron, by Paula R. Feldman. With unsigned note - presumably by Paula Feldman;
Captain Roberts and the Sinking of the Don Juan, by Diana Pugh. Annotated by William St Clair;
Journal of English and German Philology, Volume LXXIII, Number 2, April 1974; Book Review of The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley, edited by Neville Rogers, Volume I, 1802-1813, 1972. Review by Donald H Reiman, and inscribed by him to William St Clair;
Keats-Shelley Journal Volume XLVII, 1998; Book Review of Byron: The Flawed Angel, by Phyllis Grosskurth. Reviewed by Jack Gumbert Wasserman and inscribed to William St Clair;
Keats Shelley Memorial Bulletin; Shelley as Agrarian Reactionary, by Donald H. Reiman and inscribed by him to William St Clair;
Publishing History 24: Childhood and Children's Literature: The Case of M.J. Godwin and Co., 1802-25, by Margaret Kinnell, and with handwritten letter from the author to William St Clair;
Keats Shelley Journal, Volume XXIX, 1980. Review of Jane Dunn, Moon in Eclipse: A Life of Mary Shelley, by Emily W. Sunstein. Inscribed by the author to William St. Clair, 1980;
Keats Shelley Journal, Volume XXIX, 1980. Review of Louise Duvillard of Geneva, the Shelleys' Nursemaid, by Emily W. Sunstein. Inscribed by the author to William St. Clair, 1980;
Keats Shelley Journal, Volume XIX, 1970, Postscript to the Last Days of Lord Byron, by William St Clair, and signed by him;
Keats Shelley Journal, Volume XIX, 1970, Postscript to the Last Days of Lord Byron, by William St Clair. Unsigned copy.
11 pamphlets in total.
Provenance; from the library of the late William St Clair (1937 - 2021), British historian, academic and author. Please see our other listings for related works.
Condition is generally very good. A unique collection of William St Clair's working reference documents.
Text in English.
Weight approximately 365g (the set - unpacked).