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THE POEMS OF ALICE MEYNELL

One Volume, finely printed, and bound in Buckram, with the Portrait by Sargent in photogravure. 6s. net. Postage 4d.

"With an exquisite singleness of genius she stands apart and escapes the categories. The more you live with these pages, the more will you be persuaded that they contain in unusual proportion the stuff of immortality. By her best, Mrs. Meynell is much our greatest poet. The Collected 'Poems' herald the coming into her kingdom of a sovereign of song."—J. L. Garvin in the Pall Mall Gazette.


THE ESSAYS OF ALICE MEYNELL

One Volume, finely printed, and bound in Buckram. 6s. net. Postage 4d.

This collection is taken from the author's five previously published volumes of Essays. In his essay on her work, George Meredith wrote: "Mrs. Meynell's papers are little sermons, ideal sermons. Let no one uninstructed take fright at the title, they are not preachments. They leave a sense of stilled singing in the mind they fill. The writing is limpid in its depths."


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