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THE OXFORD MISCELLANY

¶ Poetry : Reproductions of Original Editions

BROWNING. Men and Women, 1855. The two volumes in one.

BURNS. The Kilmarnock Edition, 1786. Reprinted in type-facsimile.

COLERIDGE & WORDSWORTH. Lyrical Ballads, 1798. Edited by H. Littledale.

COLLINS. Poems. With facsimile title-pages, three illustrations, and a Memoir by Christopher Stone.

GRAY. Poems, 1768. Reprinted in type-facsimile, with four illustrations.

KEATS. Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and other Poems, 1820. A page-for-page and line-for-line reprint, with a facsimile title-page.

SHELLEY [MARY). Proserpine and Midas. Two unpublished Mythological Dramas. Edited by A. Koszul.

SHELLEY. Prometheus Unbound,' with other Poems, 1820. With a portrait.

TENNYSON. Poems, 1842.

WORDSWORTH. Poems, 1807.

¶ Selections from the Poets

BARNES {WILLIAM). Edited with a Preface and glossarial notes by Thomas Hardy. With a portrait.

BLAKE. The Lyrical Poems. With an Introduction (45 pages) by Sir Walter Raleigh, and two drawings by Blake. Also on Oxford India Paper, 4s. 6d. net.

CLARE {JOHN). With an Introduction by Arthur Symons.

CLOUGH. The Bothie, and other Poems. Edited by H. S. Milford.

DE TABLEY {LORD). With an Introduction by John Drinkwater.

PRAED {WILLIAM MACKWORTH). Edited by A. D. Godley. With a portrait.

SOUTHEY {ROBERT). The Lives and Works of the Uneducated Poets. Edited by J. S. Childers.

September 1925.
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