2 edition of letters of George Meredith to Alice Meynell found in the catalog.
letters of George Meredith to Alice Meynell
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some with as few as thirty copies. These are Letters from George Meredith to Edward Clodd and Clement K. Shorter, Letters from George Meredith to Richard Henry Home, Letters from George Meredith to AU gernon Charles Swinburne and Theodore Watts-Dunton, Letters from George Meredith to Alice Meynell, and Letters from George Meredith to. Sir Francis Meynell, in full Sir Francis Meredith Wilfrid Meynell, (born , London, Eng.—died J , Lavenham, Suffolk), English book designer particularly associated with the fine editions of Nonesuch Press, publications that were notable for the use of modern mechanical means to achieve results that rivaled the printing of handpresses.
This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Alice Meynell (Meynell, Alice, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.. Meynell, Alice, , contrib.: A Book of Sundial Mottoes (), ed. by Alfred H. Hyatt (multiple formats at ); Meynell, Alice, Ceres' Runaway and Other Essays (Gutenberg text) Meynell, Alice, The .
George Meredith. Meredith's correspondents include Mary (Mrs. J. M.) Barrie, Frederic Chapman, William Morris Colles, Michael Field, Frank Harris, Augustus Jessopp, Marie Vuilliamy Meredith, William Maxse Meredith, Alice Meynell, André Raffalovich, Leslie Stephen, Robert Louis Stevenson, and many others. Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS Browse and buy a vast selection of Fine Press Collections: Art & Collectibles on The Letters of George Meredith to Alice Meynell with annotations thereto Meredith, George. 1st Edition. California Book Illustrators: A Keepsake in Fourteen Parts for the Members of The Book Club of Ca.
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The contents. george meredith's letters, with notes pages 8 to george meredith's article on alice meynell's prose page 85 "a remembrance," by alice meynell page OCLC Number: Notes: The annotations include "George Meredith's article in the National review of August,on Alice Meynell's prose" (p.
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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. The collection consists of two letters by Everard Meynell to a Wilma (no last name) in Belmont, San Mateo County, California. The letters include comments on the sale of “The Letters of George Meredith to Alice Meynell, with annotations thereto, ”, and gives news of the family.
The letters were found in a copy of said book. Alice Christiana Gertrude Meynell (née Thompson; 11 October – 27 November ) was a British writer, editor, critic, and suffragist, now remembered mainly as a poet.
3 Death and legacy. 4 Selected works. 7 External links. Alice Christiana Gertrude Thompson was born in Barnes, London, to Thomas James and Christiana (née Weller.
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$ Includes manuscripts, correspondence, and documents related to the publication of works by the Victorian British poet and novelist George Meredith. Meredith's correspondents include Mary (Mrs. M.) Barrie, Frederic Chapman, William Morris Colles, Michael Field, Frank Harris, Augustus Jessopp, Marie Vuilliamy Meredith, William Maxse Meredith, Alice Meynell, André Raffalovich.
Meredith, Geroge. Letters Of Geroge Meredith To Alice Meynell. Nonesuch (). Limited to copies Copies on Abebooks Copies on eBay.
Donne, John. Love Poems. Nonesuch (). With Some Account Of His Life Taken From The Writings In Of Izaak Walton; COPIES; edited by Vera Meynell. Copies on Abebooks Copies on eBay. Toller, Ernst. Although Meredith the correspondent is already known to us in the two volumes of letters published some years ago, these letters to Alice Meynell are of an interest which tho- roughly warranted publication, and it is a pity that this interest should not have been doubled by the inclusion of the other half of the correspondence—namely, the.
The letters of George Meredith to Alice Meynell, with annotations thereto, Meredith, George, [ Book: ]. Essays. by Meynell, Alice. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at British essayist and poet Alice Meynell was born to educated parents in She and her sister, a painter, spent their bohemian childhood partly in Italy.
Meynell published Preludes (), her first book of poems, under her maiden name, Thompson. A convert to Roman Catholicism, Meynell and her husband, Wilfrid Meynell, edited the Weekly Register, a Catholic paper, and. Alice Meynell, English poet and essayist.
Much of Meynell’s childhood was spent in Italy, and about she converted to Roman Catholicism, which was strongly reflected in her writing.
Encouraged by Alfred Tennyson and Coventry Patmore, she published her first volume of poems, Preludes, in The Letters of George Meredith to Alice Meynell: With Annotations Thereto, By George Meredith; Alice Christiana Thompson Meynell Nonesuch Press, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.
Alice Meynell has 84 books on Goodreads with ratings. Alice Meynell’s most popular book is The Children. The Selected Letters of Alice Meynell: Poet and Essayist 3 others. Her seven children were a major part of her life. The arrival of Katharine Tynan in Alice’s life (and indeed Wilfrid’s) was to have a great impact.
Katharine was an aspiring young Irish poet and a friend of W. Yeats. She and Alice formed a very close friendship. Vr Antique Book Set Nobel Prize George Meredith Sgn Le Euc 19th Century. 3vol - $ 3vol Lord Ormont And His Aminta Novel George Meredith Signed Binding.
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She also wrote poetry, but published only infrequently. Her work was highly regarded by her friend George Meredith. Alice Meynell also wrote biographies of Holman Hunt () and John Ruskin (). Inshe travelled to the USA for a lecture tour of New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Indianapolis, and Boston, where she was much celebrated.