Shelley, a poem, with other writings relating to Shelley, to which is added an essay on the poems of William Blake

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Shelley, a poem, with other writings relating to Shelley, to which is added an essay on the poems of William Blake  (1884) 
by James Thomson (B.V.)

SHELLEY:

BY

JAMES THOMSON.

This book is printed for Private Circulation only, and the impression is limited to One Hundred and Ninety Copies, viz.: One Hundred and Sixty Copies on toned paper, and Thirty Copies on Whatman's hand-made paper. Each copy is numbered and signed by the editor.

B. D.

No. 81

SHELLEY, a Poem: with other Writings relating to Shelley, by the late James Thomson ('B.V.'): to which is added an Essay on The Poems of William Blake, by the same Author.



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PRINTED FOR PRIVATE CIRCULATION,

BY CHARLES WHITTINGHAM AND CO.

AT THE CHISWICK PRESS.

1884.

CONTENTS.


PAGE
Prefatory Note vii
Shelley (Poem) 1
Shelley (Essay) 14
Shelley's Religious Opinions 26
Moxon's Cheap Edition of Shelley's Poems 32
An Inspired Critic on Shelley 36
Notice of Rossetti's Edition of Shelley's Works 38
Review of Symonds's Life of Shelley 40
Notes on the Structure of "Prometheus Unbound" 48
A Note on Shelley 71
Correspondence between James Thomson and W. M. Rossetti 79
The Poems of William Blake 101