Catalog Record: Taghconic; or, Letters and legends about our summer home | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Taghconic; or, Letters and legends about our summer home, by Godfrey Greylock [pseud.]

Main Author: Smith, J. E. A. 1822-1896.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston, Redding and Company, 1852.
Subjects: Hawthorne, Nathaniel, > 1804-1864.
Melville, Herman, > 1819-1891.
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, > 1807-1882.
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, > 1809-1894.
Berkshire County (Mass.) > Description and travel.
Note: Bound in dark blue cloth; stamped in gold and blind.
Contains accounts of such literary residents and visitors to the region as Holmes, Longfellow, Melville (chapter 1) and Hawthorne (chapter 11). It is believed that this is the second discussion of Melville in a book. (See the bibliographical file.)
First edition.
Physical Description: 2p.ℓ. [iii]-vi p., 1ℓ. [9]-228 p., 1ℓ. 18.9 cm.
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