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E.H.W. Meyerstein, 1889-1952

Lionel Butler

E.H.W. Meyerstein, 1889-1952

by Lionel Butler

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Published by O.U.P. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Meyerstein, E. H. W.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lionel Butler.
    SeriesChatterton lecture on an English poet, British Academy -- 1955
    ContributionsBritish Academy.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19891381M

    A note from Esther Potter to Marilyn Butler quotes Victor Schulderer of the British Museum who called Meyerstein () a "poet, novelist and musician outstandingly gifted and eccentric". Sadleir e; not in Wolff; Garside & Schöwerling Later owned by E. H. W Meyerstein () and C. K. Ogden (). UCLA Special Collections: PA M27 For Heinsius, see Sandys II pp. ; Paul R. Sellin, Daniel Heinsius and Stuart England, Leiden: University Press,

    E. H. W. Meyerstein (–) – writer, scholar Anthony Mildmay (–) – amateur steeplechase jockey who rode in the Grand National Russi Mody () – Indian businessman. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http.

    The Book of Oberon, like most other manuscripts of the genre, abbreviates the Latin, which is a great space saver. This poses a problem for modern audiences, who want both understanding as well as. Archival collections. The collections of unpublished materials in Special Collections includes manuscripts, architectural plans, photographs, and oral history interviews. Special Collections strives to acquire manuscripts that complement the major subject and author areas of its publication holdings to provide more comprehensive research.


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In dulci jubilo, arr. by Malcolm Williamson [for] SATB [SSAATTBB] with organ or piano acc.

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E.H.W. Meyerstein, 1889-1952 by Lionel Butler Download PDF EPUB FB2

An inaugural lecture on Meyerstein himself was delivered in by the historian Lionel Butler, husband of Gwendoline Butler. He is buried at St John-at-Hampstead in the churchyard. Inner life "I suspect – but you mustn't tell anybody – that I was born out of Jane Austen by Apuleius." E. GROBO. [E.H.W.

Meyerstein] on *FREE* 1889-1952 book on qualifying offers. -was an English writer & scholar. He wrote poetry & short stories, & a Life Of Thomas Chatterton. Meyerstein (–), English writer; This page lists people with the surname Meyerstein.

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Four People / E. Meyerstein by Meyerstein, E. (Edward Harry William) () and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Genre/Form: Personal correspondence: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Meyerstein, Edward Harry William, Some letters of E.H.W.

Meyerstein. Of my early life () / by E. Meyerstein ; edited with foreword, introduction and postscript commentary by Rowland Watson Meyerstein, Edward Harry William, [ Book: ]. Papers of E.H.W. Meyerstein, late 19thth century University of Oxford, English Faculty Library: creatorOf: 1889-1952 book, Edward Harry William, Edward Harry William Meyerstein typescript and related materials, Pennsylvania State University Libraries: creatorOf.

The Meyerstein Collection The collection consists of the literary works and papers of E.H.W. Meyerstein (). Icelandic Collections. Books and journals relating to the study of Old Norse-Icelandic language and literature are held in the Turville-Petre Room.

Books at shelfmark CJ may be borrowed. This is something of a cult book (undated, but ) of "unusual" stories of the "dark and secret corners of experience". Edward Harry William Meyerstein () was a strange writer, known as much for his interest in homosexuality and flagellation as for being a scholar and a writer.

He worked at the British Museum before becoming a lecturer at Oxford University and although the author of.

Edward Harry William Meyerstein ( – ) was an English writer, poet and scholar. He wrote novels, poetry and short stories, also a Life Of Thomas book Bollond and Other Stories is a posthumous work with an introduction by his friend Rowland Watson.

It has this to say about E.H.W. and the telephone. Interesting to note that as late as the s it was regarded with. Meyerstein [Edward Harry William Meyerstein] (), scholar and poet [Mrs. Margaret Scott-Snell, mother of the author and illustrator Edward Scott-Snell (latterly Edward Godwin)] Published by London: John Murray Albemarle Street W.

London 'Printed by Hazell Watson & Viney Ld. London and Aylesbury England.' (). Roger Ingpen of the London publishers Ingpen & Grant.] Typed Letter Signed ('Roger Ingpen') to John G. Wilson of the London booksellers Messrs Bumpus, regarding E. Meyerstein's 'Life of Chatterton'.

by Roger Ingpen [Roger Edric Ingpen] () of publishers Ingpen & Grant [John G. Wilson () of booksellers J. & E. Bumpus Ltd; E. Meyerstein (), scholar and poet. Book of magic, with instructions for invoking spirits, etc. EXPORT. Hardback, red cloth. Published by Neville Spearman, London.

Edited with a foreword and postscript commentary by Rowland Watson. First edition, Edward Harry William Meyerstein () was an English writer and Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford. Book of magic, with instructions for invoking spirits, etc. (ca.

) Folger SHAKESPEARE LIBRARY manuscript V.b Transcription by Joseph H. Peterson and Dan Harms, copyright This is a verbatim transcript of the manuscript, with original spelling, punctuation, and Size: 1MB. Meyerstein [Edward Harry William Meyerstein] (), scholar and poet Publication details: London: Richards [The Richards Press Limited], 10 Paternoster Square, EC4.

Meyerstein [Edward Harry William Meyerstein] (), scholar and poet [Percy H. Muir (), bookseller with the London firm Elkin Mathews] Publication details: Offprint: 'From the Proceedings of the British Academy, Volume XLI'.

With typed transcript and 3 printed fragments from book dealer's catalog. Accompanied by: Meyerstein, E. ALS, TL, signed "Artemidorus" to Sayers, Dec. 23, and 1 leaf and 2 p.; Gift of Dennis Silverman. Meyerstein (–) – writer, scholar Anthony Mildmay (–) – amateur steeplechase jockey who rode in the Grand National Russi Mody () – Indian businessmanCoordinates: 50°46′07″N 0°15′51″E /.

V.b (1) seems to have gone from Smith to Hockley to E.H.W. Meyerstein () to Southby’s to the Folger library; V.b (2) went from Smith to an intermediate owner to Robert Lenkiewicz () before being purchased by the Folger.Abstract: Edward Harry William Meyerstein () wrote poetry, novels, plays, short stories, and non-fiction.

The The collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, books with holograph notes, and corrected proofs of books.His publishers included Peter Short (d.

), best known for printing early Shakespeare and publishing Thomas Morley’s Plaine and Easie Introduction to Practicall Musicke ()—the copy owned and annotated by Thomas Tomkins ( –) and presented by E.H.W. Meyerstein (–) is another musical treasure in the Magdalen.