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Autograph letters signed from A.C. Swinburne to Alexander Balloch Grosart 19th century.

Author: Algernon Charles Swinburne; Alexander Balloch Grosart
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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A number of the letters refer to Swinburne's quarrel with "Sham Shakespeareans," specifically F.J. Furnivall, whom Swinburne calls "Flunkiwall Brothelsbank" in (9). In addition, (2) concerns Grosart's edition of Herbert; (5-7) discuss Grosart's work on Willoughby and Dorrell; (11) mentions an essay Swinburne wrote on the late Charles Reade; (13) indicates Swinburne's plan to send Grosart send a copy of his Ben  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Manuscripts
Correspondence Manuscripts
Named Person: Algernon Charles Swinburne; Alexander Balloch Grosart; Frederick James Furnivall; William Shakespeare; Henry Willoughby; George Herbert
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Algernon Charles Swinburne; Alexander Balloch Grosart
OCLC Number: 435495660
Notes: Early letters addressed "My dear Mr. Grosart," but the vast majority are addressed "My dear Dr. Grosart." Addresses on letters include: Holmwood, Shiplake, Henley-on-Thames; The Pines, Putney Hill S.W.; 3 Great James St., Bedford Row W.C.; Ivy Lodge; and South House, Southwold, Wangford; Several letters are undated.
Description: 16 items ; 18 x 12 cm.

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A number of the letters refer to Swinburne's quarrel with "Sham Shakespeareans," specifically F.J. Furnivall, whom Swinburne calls "Flunkiwall Brothelsbank" in (9). In addition, (2) concerns Grosart's edition of Herbert; (5-7) discuss Grosart's work on Willoughby and Dorrell; (11) mentions an essay Swinburne wrote on the late Charles Reade; (13) indicates Swinburne's plan to send Grosart send a copy of his Ben Jonson; (15) expresses thanks for Grosart's "invaluable paper on Titus Andronicus;" (16), a fragment, refers to a proposal for "two volumes of the new Spenser & Daniel yearly."

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