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Bibliographies of twelve Victorian authors, compiled by Theodore G. Ehrsam and Robert H. Deily under the direction of Robert M. Smith
Bib ID 1628987
Format BookBook
Description New York, H. W. Wilson, 1936 
362 p. 26 cm. 
Full contents
  • Matthew Arnold.
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
  • Arthur Hugh Clough.
  • Edward Fitzgerald.
  • Thomas Hardy.
  • Rudyard Kipling.
  • William Morris.
  • Christina Georgina Rossetti.
  • Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
  • Robert Louis Stevenson.
 
Notes

"List of publications abbreviated": p. [9]-10.

Subjects English literature - 19th century - Bibliography.
Other authors/contributors Smith, Robert Metcalf, 1886-1952  |  Ehrsam, Theodore George  |  Deily, Robert Howard, 1909-, joint comp

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