Collection: BC GEN: General (Brotherton Collection)

Print Item icon Print Item: [A collection of miscellaneous cuttings and articles etc. relating to George Meredith, assembled by C. K. Shorter]

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Title: [A collection of miscellaneous cuttings and articles etc. relating to George Meredith, assembled by C. K. Shorter]

Level: Item 

Classmark: BC Gen q/MER

Additional creator(s): Meredith, George (1828-1909) (Other); Shorter, Clement King (1857-1926) (Other)

Publisher: [s.n.]

City: [London [etc.]

Date: [ca.1894-1910]

Main language: English

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/278104 

Printed items catalogue: http://lib.leeds.ac.uk/record=b1905835

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Contents include numerous newspaper cuttings on Meredith, e.g. accounts of interviews, reviews of his books, portraits, obituraries and reminiscences etc., besides a small amount of material by Meredith, mainly letters and poems contributed to newspapers; also included are several signed biographical and critical articles from periodicals. Most items are annotated with source and date in the hand of C. K. Shorter.

Made-up volume, lettered MEREDITH'S MISCELLANIES on spine.

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