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By: GREG, W. R.
Publisher: N. Trubner & Co., London, 1869,:
Seller ID: 106115
GREG, W. R. Literary and Social Judgments. Second Edition. London : N. Trubner & Co., 1869. Pp (6),1-415,(1),-2(ads). 8vo, reddish-brown pressed cloth, gilt design to front board, gilt lettering to spine. Contents : Madamede Stael; British and Foreign Characteristics; False Morality of Lady Nove lists; Kingsley and Carlyle; French Fiction: The Lowest Deep; Chateaubriand; M. de Tocqueville; Why Are Women Redundant; Truth v. Edification; The Doom of the Negro Race (pp 337-389); Time; Good People. Cocked, edgewear, inner hinges cracked, foxing to first and last few leaves, contemporary penned ... View more info
By: GREG, W.W.
Publisher: At the Clarendon Press / Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1956,:
Seller ID: 98413
GREG, W.W. Some Aspects and Problems of London Publishing between 1550 and 1650. The Lyell Lectures, Oxford, Trinity Term, 1955. Oxford : At the Clarendon Press, 1956. First Edition. Pp [i]-[viii],1-131,(1). Index. 8vo, blackcloth, gilt lettering to spine. Sir Walter Wilson Greg (b. 9 July 1875, Wi mbledon Common, London - d. 4 March 1959). “In six lectures the James P. R.Lyell Reader in Bibliography reviews the main conditions under which the S tationers' Company carried on its business during the first century or so of its corporate existence, and discusses a few of the problems that are m... View more info