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[COLERIDGE, Sara.] Phantasmion.
London : 1837First edition, one of 250 copies published, of the long fairy-tale Phantasmion, "one of the earliest novel-length fantasies separate from the Gothic tradition" (Sanders), which has been described not only as an important precursor to The Lord of the Rings, but also by science-fiction aficionados as an early and influential example of that genre. The... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 134940
COLERIDGE, Sara. Phantasmion.
London : 1874Second edition of the long fairy-tale Phantasmion, "one of the earliest novel-length fantasies separate from the Gothic tradition" (Sanders), and the first appearance of the work with the author's name printed on the title page: it was first published anonymously in 1837 in a run of just 250 copies. Phantasmion has been described not only as an important... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 134428
(YEATS, W. B.) SPENSER, Edmund. Poems.
Edinburgh : First edition, first impression, rarely found in the dust jacket. This attractive production prints Yeats's lengthy essay on Edmund Spenser with his selections from Spenser's Faerie Queen, Shepherds Calendar, and others, accompanied by the exquisite illustrations of Jessie M. King. Yeats's essay epitomises the view of Spenser as a poet who "had been... Learn More£300.00
Stock Code: 139674
(SPENSER, Edmund.) Hand-embroidered and stencilled panel illustrating The Faerie Queene.
c.1910An attractive amateur hand-embroidered panel featuring scenes from Spenser's Faerie Queene, a piece that captures the aesthetics and interests of the arts and crafts movement in a charmingly childlike manner. The hanging was likely created as embroidery practice; the images mostly follow the illustrations of Rose le Quesne featured in Jeanie Lang's... Learn More£5,000.00
Stock Code: 136011
SPENSER, Edmund. La Mutabilita.
Napoli : 1827First edition, presentation copy with a slip inscribed "Dall'Autore" pasted to the top corner of the title page, of this very scarce Italian translation of the final part of Spenser's Faerie Queene, first published as the Two Cantos of Mutabilitie in 1607. Thomas James Mathias (1753-1835) was an English scholar and Italophile who from... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 132611
SPENSER, Edmund. The Works.
London : 1852A very attractively bound copy of Edmund Spenser's works including the whole of the Faerie Queene, The Shepheard's Calender, Prothalamion, Epithalamion, Amoretti and his prose View of the State of Ireland. Learn More£250.00
Stock Code: 88814