Catalog Record: The poets' enchiridion : a hitherto unpublished poem; with an inedited address to Uvedale Price on his eightieth birthday, an early invocation to sleep, and a preliminary draft of the renowned poem, Catarina to Camoens | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The poets' enchiridion : a hitherto unpublished poem; with an inedited address to Uvedale Price on his eightieth birthday, an early invocation to sleep, and a preliminary draft of the renowned poem, Catarina to Camoens / by Elizabeth Barrett Barrett (afterwards Mrs. Browning)

Main Author: Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 1806-1861.
Related Names: Forman, H. Buxton 1842-1917.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston, Mass. : Printed exclusively for members of the Bibliophile society, 1914.
Note: Title vignette (seal of the Society).
"Elizabeth Barrett Browning: new data; a centennial address to the Bibliophile society spoken across the Atlantic by H. Buxton Forman": p. 9-34.
One of 500 copies. Barnes, B8.
Physical Description: 4p.l., 5-53 [1] p., 1 l. 22.9 cm.
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