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Thu Oct 16 18:04:16 2014 UTClccn-n500544260.29Robert Louis Stevenson0.511.00Catalogue of the bulk of the library of the late Sir Walter Raleigh, M.A., Professor of English Literature, Oxford, 1904-192295299659Walter_Raleigh_(professor)n 5005442689199R, W. ARaleigh.Raleigh, Sir Walter 1861-1922Raleigh, WalterRaleigh Walter 1861-1922Raleigh, Walter 1861-1922 SirRaleigh, Walter A.Raleigh, Walter A. 1861-1922Raleigh, Walter Alexander, Sir, 1861-1922Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1861-1922Raleigh, Walther 1861-1922W.A.Rローレー, ウォーターlccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n78095825Johnson, Samuel1709-1784lccn-n50039716Lee, SidneySir1859-1926lccn-n50003000Onions, C. T.(Charles Talbut)1873-1965edtlccn-n78088964Stevenson, Robert Louis1850-1894lccn-n78095532Milton, John1608-1674lccn-n79006595Wordsworth, William1770-1850lccn-no96005009Raleigh, Lucie Gertrude JacksonLadyedtlccn-n50017879Halifax, George SavileMarquis of1633-1695lccn-n50035253Gordon, George Stuart1881-1942edtRaleigh, Walter1861-1922Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyRecords and correspondenceHistoryFictionHandbooks, manuals, etcShakespeare, William,Courts and courtiersCourtesyEnglandManners and customsAuthorshipLanguage and languagesStevenson, Robert Louis,English literatureAnniversariesIntellectual lifeHomesMilton, John,Authors, EnglishEnglish fictionJohnson, Samuel,Raleigh, Walter,Great BritainDramatists, English--Early modernWordsworth, William,World WarStyle, LiteraryLiteratureEngland--Stratford-upon-AvonLiterary historiansLibro del cortegiano (Castiglione, Baldassarre, conte)CivilizationGreat Britain.--Royal Air ForceAeronauticsMilitary operations, AerialEnglish poetryAir warfareAeronautics, MilitaryVoyages and travelsDiscoveries in geography--EnglishHakluyt, Richard,Creative writingRomanticismLawTrialsParry, WilliamEssex, Robert Devereux,--Earl of,PennsylvaniaCrimeSouthampton, Henry Wriothesley,--Earl of,Throckmorton, Nicholas,--Sir,Norfolk, Thomas Howard,--Duke of,ItalyNovelists, EnglishTravelers1861192218821886188918901894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321934193519361937193819391940194119431945194619491950195119521953195419551956195719591961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419761977197819791980198219831986198819891990199219941995199719981999200220032004200620072008200920102011201220132014192253081170395BJ1604ocn000547165ocn000745307ocn000537608ocn003079665ocn006125413ocn000359051ocn000125019ocn001521513ocn020557716ocn015181231ocn457323568ocn459338851ocn459571630ocn459738394ocn881006586200652ocn044954246file18970.30Raleigh, WalterStyleLiterary style is the subject of this 1897 essay. The author considers word choice, memory, vision, cadence, slang, rhythm, emotion, intellect, sincerity, figures of speech, realism, criticism, and other topics, illustrating his points with examples from such authors as Shakespeare, Milton, and Wordsworth175518ocn000909655book19160.33Raleigh, WalterShakespeare's England; an account of the life & manners of his age168334ocn044963613file18950.29Raleigh, WalterRobert Louis StevensonCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography1573102ocn000352202book19070.53Raleigh, WalterShakespeareCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographySeries title also at head of t -p132843ocn001112057book19000.56Raleigh, WalterMiltonCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyStudy on the life and works of John Milton, 1608-1674, English poet119199ocn002651695book18940.63Raleigh, WalterThe English novel; being a short sketch of its history from the earliest times to the appearance of WaverleyCriticism, interpretation, etc96832ocn000355043book19100.63Raleigh, WalterSix essays on JohnsonCriticism, interpretation, etcFiction81843ocn004094641book19030.63Raleigh, WalterWordsworthCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography+-+047896112572012ocn001114553book19230.56Raleigh, WalterSome authors, a collection of literary essays 1896-1916Criticism, interpretation, etc67136ocn003066287book19080.59Johnson, SamuelJohnson on Shakespeare : essays and notesCriticism, interpretation, etc66418ocn000349927book19260.56Raleigh, WalterOn writing and writersCriticism, interpretation, etc6019ocn000547165book19120.77Halifax, George SavileThe complete works of George Savile, first Marquess of HalifaxHistory4488ocn000941692book19180.56Raleigh, WalterEngland and the war; being sundry addresses, delivered during the war and now first collected34727ocn003944931book19220.59Raleigh, WalterThe war in the air; being the story of the part played in the great war by the Royal Air ForceHistoryBeskriver Royal Air Force's (RAF), Royal Flying Corps's (RFC) og Royal Naval Air Service's (RNAS) deltagelse og indsats i 1. verdenskrig+-+366979893631015ocn005168235book19220.63Johnson, SamuelJohnson: prose & poetry, with Boswell's character, Macaulay's life and Raleigh's essay30127ocn002832057book19050.70Raleigh, WalterThe English voyages of the sixteenth centuryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+825758390527717ocn006125413book19080.59Johnson, SamuelJohnson on ShakespeareCriticism, interpretation, etc2349ocn000554342book19160.74Raleigh, WalterRomance; two lecturesCriticism, interpretation, etc2096ocn000537608book19000.53Castiglione, BaldassarreThe book of the courtierHistoryHandbooks, manuals, etcThe Book of the Courtier (1528) is a series of fictional conversations by courtiers of the Duke of Urbino that takes place in 1507, while Castiglione was himself attache to the Duke. Today the Book remains the most reliable and illuminating account of Renaissance court life and of what it took to be the "Perfect Courtier" and "Court Lady." The Singleton translation-the most acclaimed and accurate available-is accompanied by annotations. "Criticism" features ten essays on The Book of the Courtier, which represent the best interpretations from the United States, Italy, and England including the backgrounds-rich essays by Amedeo Quondam and James Hankins1605ocn001556992book19070.74Raleigh, WalterSamuel Johnson, the Leslie Stephen lecture, delivered in the Senate house, Cambridge 22 February 19076027ocn000559420book19260.63Raleigh, WalterThe letters of Sir Walter Raleigh (1879-1922)Records and correspondence782ocn002155779book19280.79Raleigh, WalterA selection from the letters of Sir Walter Raleigh (1880-1922)Records and correspondence661ocn506045352com18350.84The Lives and criminal trials of celebrated menTrials, litigation, etc122ocn023131576book19230.95Crum, VioletSir Walter Alexander Raleigh71ocn061604274book19220.59Johnson, SamuelProse & poetry : with Boswell's character, Macaulay's life and Raleigh's essayCriticism, interpretation, etc61ocn020333134book19880.86Essays on Sir Walter Raleigh, 198841ocn020141575book19630.59Johnson, SamuelJohnson on ShakespeareCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn039548440book19221.00B.H. Blackwell LtdCatalogue of the bulk of the library of the late Sir Walter Raleigh, M.A., Professor of English Literature, Oxford, 1904-1922Catalogs21ocn456469764book18940.63Raleigh, WalterThe English novel; being a short sketch of its history from the earliest times to the appearance of WaverleyCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn702144750mix1.00Smith, David NicholDavid Nichol Smith papersCriticism, interpretation, etcThe papers concern Smith's work on the Arden Shakespeare Series and include notes and collations for several plays, documents relating to editorial techniques and a small amount of professional correspondence11ocn122480338mix1.00VictoriaLondon[1] 1841, Mar. 31, Signature. Included in ALS. from Anne A. Ives to Mrs. Wayland, n.y., Nov. 19 [2 p.]. Also signature of Prince Albert. [2] 1900, August 16 [TDS., 3 l.]. Appointment of Walter Raleigh as Regiuus Professor of English Language and Literature in the University of Glasgow. Also signed by Balfour of Burleigh11ocn037922348art1.00Sir Walter Raleigh: A bibliography11ocn702135904mix1.00Simpson, PercyPercy Simpson papersCriticism, interpretation, etcCorrespondence, writings, scrapbooks and printed material documenting aspects of the scholarly career of Percy Simpson, particularly his edition of Ben Jonson's Works (1925-52) and his professional relationships with his colleagues, especially C. H. Herford, R. W. Chapman, William A. Jackson, Sir Humphrey Sumner Milford, and Eugénie Sellers Strong11ocn711958105book19570.47Sotheby & Co. (London, England)Catalogue of printed books : comprising sporting books, ornithology, colour plate books and general literature, the property of Mrs. D. Seymour Hitch; English and French books, mostly of the 16th Century, the property of J. H. Mockford, Esq.; presentation copies of Kate Greenaway, Mallarmé and Flecker, the property of Captain H.M. Raleigh (from the collection of the late Professor Sir Walter Raleigh); books on history and archaeology, the property of Miss E. Williams (from the collection of the late Councillor J.B. Sillans, F.S.A., of Newton, Montgomeryshire); a selected portion of the library at Cobham Hall, Kent, sold by the order of the trustees of the 8th Earl of Darnley, including travel, atlases, science, music, books of view, mss. of naval interes; and other properties including Americana, botany, art books, bibliography. Which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby & Co. ... at their large galleries, 34 & 35 New Bond Street, W.1; day of sale: Monday, November 11th, 1957, and two following days11ocn122560467mix0.47Foerster, NormanNorman Foerster papersLetters and literary manuscripts from poets and political and scientific figures whose writings were to be published in anthologies edited by Foerster. Some letters pertain to the creative writing program at the University of Iowa. Correspondents include Stephen Vincent Bénet, T. S. Eliot, Paul Engle, Robert Frost, and Paul Green. Includes photographs of John Burroughs, Floyd Dell, G.K. Kittredge, and Vilhjalmur Stefansson11ocn213482052book19130.47Gentlemen of fortune : with Raleigh in search of El DoradoFictionAdventure storiesDime novels11ocn493687751book19260.47Raleigh, Walter AlexanderThe Letters of Sir Walter Raleigh : (1879-1922)Records and correspondence11ocn122318560mix1.00Bullen, A. HStratford-on-Avon, England, to Philip D. Sherman[1] 1913, April 11 [4 p.].--Discusses future publications of the Shakespeare Head Press. Comments on Robert Grant Martin and Lord Warwick. [2] 1913, August 16 [4 p.].--Gabriel Harvey's annotated copy of Thomas Speght's edition of Chaucer has been found and contains proof that "the date now everywhere accepted for the first draft of Hamlet, 1602, is wrong." Gives his reason for believing contrary to "Lee and the rest" that Shakespeare's father could write. [3] 1914, January 18 [3 p.].--States problems connected with the William Drummond books and manuscripts. Comments on Professor Raleigh as a lecturer and on his book about Shakespeare. States that someone should write about Sir John Harrington. [4] 1914, March 9, [1 l.].--He discusses books published at the Shakespeare Head Press. Comments on the Shakespearian criticism of Mrs. Charlotte Stopes. [5] 1915, January 29 [2 l.].--He discusses the distribution of an edition of Aphra Behn's works recently published by the Shakespeare Head Press. Expresses sympathy for Bertram Dobell and Robert Grant Martin. [6] 1915, April 6 [1 l.].--He discusses orders for the Shakespeare Head Press edition of Aphra Behn's works. Comments on Robert Grant Martin. [7] 1916, April 15 [2 p.].--Sends a photograph. States that people use to mistake him for Mark Twain. He does not feel qualified to answer Sherman's inquiry about the staging of Shakespearean plays11ocn010923457book19080.53Johnson, SamuelSamuel Johnson on ShakespeareCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn493686568book19260.47Raleigh, Walter AlexanderThe Letters of Sir Walter Raleigh : (1879-1922)Records and correspondence+-+8257583905+-+8257583905Thu Oct 16 15:28:30 EDT 2014batch40225