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Page 4 - LONDON' List of Books IN BELLES LETTRES (Including some Transfers) Published by John Lane VIGO STREET, LONDON, W. NB — The Authors and Putlisher reserve the right of reprinting any book in this list if a new edition is called for, except in cases where a stipulation has been made to the contrary...
Page 16 - I2s. 6d. net. MURRAY (ALMA). PORTRAIT AS BEATRICE CENCI. With critical notice containing four letters from ROBERT BROWNING. 8vo, wrapper.
Page 9 - FIELD (MICHAEL). SIGHT AND SONG (Poems on Pictures). Printed by CONSTABLES. 400 copies. I2mo. 5*. net. |" Very few remain. STEPHANIA: A TRIALOGUE IN THREE ACTS. Frontispiece, colophon, and ornament for binding designed by SELWYN IMAGE. Printed by FOLKARD & SON. 250 copies (200 for sale). Pott 410.
Page 14 - In the tiny little volume of verse, * Poems and Carols,' by Selwyn Image, we discern a note of spontaneous inspiration, a delicate and graceful fancy, and considerable, but unequal, skill of versification. The Carols are skilful reproductions of that rather archaic form of composition. devotional in tone and felicitous in sentiment. Love and nature are the principal themes of the Poems. It is difficult not to be hackneyed in the treatment of such themes, but Mr. Image successfully overcomes the difficulty.
Page 15 - Thick fcap. 8vo. 3^. 6d. net. LAMB (CHARLES). BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. With an Introduction by ANDREW LANG. Facsimile Reprint of the rare First Edition. With 8 choice stipple engravings in brown ink, after the original plates.
Page 6 - Northants (Sir Charles E. Isham's), and purchased lately by the British Museum authorities. When Dr. AB Grosart collected Breton's Works a few years ago for his " Chertsey Worthies Library." he was forced to confess that certain of Breton's most coveted books were missing and absolutely unavailable. The semi-unique example under notice was one of these.
Page 10 - The ministry of the angel Daphne to her erring human sister is frequently related in strains of pure and elevated tenderness. Nor docs the poet who can show so much delicacy fail in strength. The description of Madeline as she passes in trance to her vengeance is full of vivid pictures and charged with tragic feeling. The individuality of the writer lies in his deep sympathy with whatever affects the being and condition of man.