Search results for: 'MEREDITH, George.'
MEREDITH, George. Modern Love, and the Poems of the English Roadside, with Poems and Ballads.
London : 1862First edition, presentation copy inscribed by the author to D. G. Rossetti on the title page, "Dante Gabriel Rossetti, from his friend, George Meredith", with authorial manuscript corrections in the text. (The Hayward exhibition copy, also inscribed and corrected, had a note in Meredith's hand apologizing for "Errata ennumerable".) Meredith's novel... Learn More£5,000.00
Stock Code: 111629
MEREDITH, George. The Tale of Chloe.
Portland, Maine : 1899First Mosher edition, number 28 of 100 copies printed on japon paper, with an additional 925 copies printed on Van Gelder paper. The printer, Thomas Mosher, was a major contributor to the American private press movement. A finely printed and bound copy, first published in 1879. Learn More£200.00
Stock Code: 122914
MEREDITH, George. One of Our Conquerors.
London : 1891First edition, first impression. Equivalent to Sadleir 1700c (blue morocco-stamped cloth as with 1700, but with a panel of Meredith's works printed to verso of front free endpaper, thought to be a later issue point). Learn More£125.00
Stock Code: 81893
MEREDITH, George. Poems.
London : First edition of the author's first book, the publication of which he funded himself. Though he later disowned the work, it was praised at the time by both Tennyson and Charles Kingsley. Learn More£825.00
Stock Code: 130288
MEREDITH, George The works.
New York : 1909A beautifully bound set of the Memorial edition of Meredith's collected work. Limited to 204 copies of which this is number 144 signed by the publisher.
George Meredith 1828 to 1909, journalist, poet and novelist. His first book of poetry 1851 was praised by Lord Tennyson, but his first novel "The Ordeal of Richard Feverel" 1859 was banned as... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 148754
ROSSETTI, Olivia & Helen. MEREDITH, Isabel, pseud. A Girl Among the Anarchists.
London : 1903First edition, first impression, of the Rossetti sisters' pseudonymously published semi-autobiographical memoir of their experiences as teenagers in the late 19th-century anarchist underground movement in London. The titular narrator Isabel Meredith shuns her comfortable Victorian home for the life of a revolutionary only to eventually reject anarchism... Learn More£675.00
Stock Code: 130071