Catalog Record: Rubá'iyát of Omar Khayyám | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Rubá'iyát of Omar Khayyám / by Edward FitzGerald (author's final revision) with The literal Omar, being a version of those quatrains of the original upon which FitzGerald's poem was based, edited by Arthur Guiterman, with eight illustrations by Gilbert James

Main Author: Omar Khayyam
Related Names: Gilbert, James active 1832-1833, illustrator, Nash, John Henry 1871-1947, printer, Guiterman, Arthur 1871-1943, FitzGerald, Edward 1809-1883, translator
Language(s): English
Published: San Francisco : P. Elder and Co., c1909
Note: "Thus that most famous Book, the 'Rubá'iyát of Omar Khayyám,' by Edward FitzGerald, made more ample with Preface, Notes and an Appendix called 'The Literal Omar,' by Arthur Guiterman, is happily brought to completion. ... And this Book was imprinted under ... John H. Nash; and the pictures therein were limned in black and white by Gilbert James of the city of London ... and the decorations and embellishments ... are the handiwork of Harold Sichel."--Colophon
Printed in red and black
Physical Description: iii-xii, 85 pages, [8] leaves of tipped-in plates : illustrations ; 20 cm
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