Johnsonian Miscellanies In Two Volumes
Hill, George Birkbeck (Arranger & editor)

New York: Barnes & Noble, Inc., 1970. xix + 488 + vii + 517 pages; index for both volumes at back of Vol II; Vol II also with Dicta Philosophi A Concordance of Johnson's Sayings, arranged alphabetically and with page references; (from the Foreword): "...had become one of the classics of English literature...the richest supplement to Boswell's Life of Johnson, it gives us a variety of close personal glimpses of a man of whom - whether we already know much of him or very little - we are always eager to hear more..."; originally published in 1897, this the later reissue of the work; bound in sturdy brown buckram cloth, gilt spine titles (dulled); light wear to the boards; overall, very good condition, a nice solid, clean set. Very Good H (Item ID: 19355)


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