The Bibelot: A Reprint of Poetry and Prose for Book Lovers, chosen in part from scarce editions and sources not generally Known [Jan.-Dec. 1897 Vol. 3 11 of 12 issues]

The Bibelot: A Reprint of Poetry and Prose for Book Lovers, chosen in part from scarce editions and sources not generally Known [Jan.-Dec. 1897 Vol. 3 11 of 12 issues]

Portland, Maine: Thomas B. Mosher, 1897. Offered here are 11 issues of volume 3 (lacking no. 10, Oct.) of Thomas B. Mosher's late 19th-century publication The Bibelot, as issued in their original grey stiffened paper wrappers printed in red and black. [approx. 360] p.; 15 cm. Each issue contains several pages of advertisements for Mosher's publications and for other literary publications. Contents: 1. Three Greek Idyllists: I. Theocritus [translations by C.S. Calverley, Andrew Lang, Leigh Hunt, and Matthew Arnold] -- 2. Three Greek Idyllists: II. Bion and Moschus [translations by John Addington Symonds, and Andrew Lang, ] -- 3. The Exequy and Other Poems by Henry King, D.D. -- 4. Selections from Dr. John Donne -- 5. Letters of Marque: Selections From a Suppressed Book by Ruyard Kipling -- 6. Father Damien: An Open Letter by Robert Louis Stevenson -- 7. The Hollow Land: A Tale by William Morris, Part I -- 8. The Hollow Land: A Tale by William Morris, Part II -- 9. Sandro Botticelli: Luca Della Robbia: Two Renaissance Studies by Walter Pater -- 11. Odysseus in Phaecia by J.W. Mackail -- 12. The Death of Marlowe, a Tragedy by Richard Hengist Horne. Very scarce in their original paper wrappers. In Very Good- Condition: the wrappers show a range of browning and scattered foxing; pages are generally clean and bright. Good +. Item #000215

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