Agnes Tobin Letters Translations Poems with some account of her life Grabhorn Press Limited to 400 copies

Tobin, Agnes; Meynell, Sir Francis


Place Published: colour frontispiece/b&w illustrations
Edition: Limited Edition
Date Published: 1958
Illustrator: colour frontispiece/b&w illustrations
Size: 4to

Limited to 400 copies, printed at the Grabhorn Press for John Howell; a selection of letters, translations and poems by Agnes Tobin, a woman of letters – born in San Francisco, who spent many years in London, where she enlivened the literary circle around Alice Meynell (which included Yeats, Pound, Gosse, and Augustus John); Tobin and Meynell would become great friends, as reflected in a number of the letters herein; includes a biographical sketch by J.S., a note on Tobin and Meynell by Sir Francis Meynell, followed by Tobin’s translations (of Petrarch and Milton), and original poems; colour frontispiece plate, 6 b&w illustrations; half grey cloth with title label to spine, blue papered sides; fore-edge untrimmed; Very Good and clean throughout; knock/crease top rh corner of front board.

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