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|Named Person:||George Saintsbury|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George Saintsbury; Oliver Elton; A Blyth Webster; et al
|Description:||viii, 218 p. : port. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||George Saintsbury / Oliver Elton --
Some personal memories / Sir Herbert Grierson --
Recollections of Saintsbury / by John Purves --
The professor / J.W. Olver --
A biographical memoir / A.B. Webster --
Essays and studies / George Saintsbury: John Dryden the dramatist. Fistzgerald's "Omar Khayyám." Journalism fifty years age. The poetry of Herrick. The authorized version of the Bible. Irony, Robert Browning. Oxford sights and seenes. The two tragedies. Oliver Goldsmith and "The vicar of Wakefield." Disraeli: a portrait. Eighteenth-century poetry. Inaugural address at Edinburgh --
A Saintsbury scrap book: "The master of Ballantrae." The qualities of wine. On Ben Jonson. On the teaching of English. Personal sketches. Some notes on Coleridge. John Stuart Blackie. Lectures on living writers. R.L.S., Henley and Sir Walter Raleigh. Men of letters as milch cows. Scottish literature --
Address to George Saintsbury on his seventy-seventh birthday, and his reply.
|Responsibility:||personal portraits by Oliver Elton ... [et al.]. ; biographical memoir by A. Blyth Webster.|