Group of 4 x Percy Bysshe Shelley Pamphlets from the Library of William St Clair
Group of 4 x Percy Bysshe Shelley Pamphlets from the Library of William St Clair. Comprises:
Shelley; Unacknowledged Legislator, April 25 to August 8, 1992. Exhibition Guide - Edna Barnes, Salomon Room, The New York Public Library, Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street;
The Hull Booklets V: Shelley; The Man and The Poet, by Robert Browning, Being a Reprint of the Introductory Essay prefixed to [Twenty-five spurious] Letters of Percy Bysshe Shelley, published by Edward Moxon in 1852. Published by J.R. Tutin, Albert Avenue, Hull. Undated;
Shelley's Socialism by Edward Aveling and Eleanor Marx Aveling, and Popular Songs; Wholly political, and destined to awaken and direct the imagination of the reformers, by Percy Bysshe Shelley. Published by The Journeyman Press, London & West Nyack, 1975. 2nd printing of the edition first published in 1975. Journeyman Chapbook 3;
Supplement to British Book News: No. 29; Shelley by Stephen Spender. Published for The British Council and the National book League by Longmans, Green & Co., London, New York, Toronto. 1952 first edition.
4 pamphlets in total.
Provenance; from the library of the late William St Clair (1937 - 2021), British historian, academic and author. Signed by him to 'Shelley; The Man and the Poet'. Please see our other listings for related works.
Condition is good to very good. 'Shelley; The Man and the Poet' is foxed to the pages at either end of the pamphlet. The others are generally clean and bright. All soundly bound.
Text in English.
Weight approximately 254g (the set - unpacked).