2 edition of Edward Moxon, Publisher of poets. found in the catalog.
Edward Moxon, Publisher of poets.
Harold Guy Merriam
|Series||Columbia University studies in English and comparative literature -- no. 137|
|LC Classifications||Z325 M88 M5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||222|
Sonnets (Classic Reprint) [Edward Moxon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lone midnight-soothing melancholy bird, That send st such music to my sleepless soul, Chaining her faculties in fast controul. British publisher Edward Moxon () approached Alfred, Lord Tennyson () as early as , seeking to collaborate on an illustrated edition of early poetry . Moxon envisioned Royal Academicians as the illustrators for the ambitious project, but this vision was quickly disrupted once John Everett Millais, a founding member of.
Publisher Edward Moxon Date The second part will have for its object an application of these principles to the present state of the cultivation of poetry, and a defence of the attempt to idealize the modern forms of manners and opinions, and compel them into a subordination to the imaginative and creative faculty. ed. Mary Shelley. About this Item: London, Edward Moxon and co, Elephant Folio,  titles and index, 84 pp., 9 full-page steel engravings with guards, original blue cloth with gilt and embossed decoration and lettering, original purple endpapers (binding battered with pieces of cloth missing, inside with light water staining in margins, small partly repaired tears in margins).
Correspondents include poet Algernon Charles Swinburne and publisher Edward Moxon & Co. A number of the letters involved Hotten's decision to publish Swinburne's Poems and Ballads, which had been withdrawn from circulation by its original publisher for "indecency." There are also a few non-letter items such as a list of sales of Swinburne's book. This is a list of works by Mary Shelley (30 August – 1 February ), the British novelist, short story writer, dramatist, essayist, biographer, and travel writer, best known for her Gothic novel Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus (). She also edited and promoted the works of her husband, the Romantic poet and philosopher Percy Bysshe Shelley.
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Edward Moxon, Publisher of Poets on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: AMS Press, Inc. Edward Moxon, Yorkshire born and apprentice bred, lover of poetry, ambitious, and looking back toward the great days of the publishers when the volumes of Lord Byron sold in editions of thousands, opened business in in London.
The social connections he had made as a young man determined both the course his business should run and its tone. Edward Moxon (12 December – 3 June ) was a British poet and publisher, significant in Victorian literature. Biography. Moxon was born at Wakefield in Yorkshire, where his father Michael worked in the wool trade.
In he left for London, joining Longman in Additional Physical Format: Online version: Merriam, H.G. (Harold Guy), Edward Moxon. New York, Columbia University Press, Publisher of poets.
book Additional Physical Format: Online version: Merriam, H.G. (Harold Guy), Edward Moxon, publisher of poets. New York, AMS Press, (OCoLC) XIII. Later Years was published in Edward Moxon. Publisher of Poets on page IV. Business Expansion was published in Edward Moxon.
Publisher of Poets on page MOXON, EDWARD (–), publisher and verse-writer, baptised in Wakefield on 12 Dec.Edward Moxon son of Michael and Ann Moxon, and was educated at the Green Coat School. At the age of nine he was apprenticed to one Smith, a bookseller of Wakefield, and about proceeded to London to find similar employment.
Edward Moxon (–58) As published in The Brownings’ Correspondence, 4, – He was a poet in his own right, a prominent London publisher, and a friend of the Brownings even after they turned elsewhere for the publication of their works. Born at Wakefield in and apprenticed to a bookseller at age nine, Moxon successfully educated himself, especially in contemporary literature.
This book examines how Tennyson’s career was mediated, organised and directed by the publishing industry. Founded on neglected archival material, it examines the scale and distribution of Tennyson’s book sales in Britain and America, the commercial logic of publishing poetry, and.
Major publishers had become disillusioned with poetry by the time that Edward Moxon founded his business in but by the mids, his firm presided over a resurgence in poetry based on Tennyson’s work.
Moxon not only orchestrated Tennyson’s rise to fame but was a major influence on how the Victorian public experienced the poetry of the. Alfred Lord Tennyson was much-admired by the Pre-Raphaelite artists. These artists sought inspiration from poetry and, in common with the poet, favoured the themes and legends of the medieval period.
Usually known as the Moxon Tennyson after its publisher, this lavish edition of Tennyson’s. Edward Moxon (12 December - 3 June ) was an English poet and publisher, significant in Victorian literature.
Moxon was born at Wakefield in Yorkshire, where his father Michael worked in the wool trade. In he left for London, joining Longman in Inencouraged by his. Edward Moxon (12 December - 3 June ) was a British poet and publisher. Moxon was born at Wakefield in Yorkshire, where his father Michael worked in the wool trade.
In he left for London, joining Longman in The list of authors proposed as literary antecedents suggests many possibilities. One is that the poet’s influences had a relationship to the books published by Edward Moxon, Tennyson’s publisher from his earliest days until the late s.
EDWARD MOXON, PUBLISHER OF POETS by Merriam, Harold G. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Moxon Tennyson, First Edition - AbeBooks Passion for books. Abstract. Edward Moxon’s half yearly accounts allow a detailed understanding of Tennyson’s early career.
Sales of the Poems began to rise in aboutsuggesting that Tennyson had started to reach a new audience. A dramatic increase in sales followed the publication of the fifth edition inaided by Moxon’s repackaging of the text.
©Laboring-Class Poets rights reserved. Developed by Cole Crawford. Moxon attempted to sell the book at 31s or £, a price about one third more expensive than the usual gift book price tag of 21s.3 The problem of the high price was exacerbated by delays in publishing the book: Moxon missed the intended launch date of December and the book was published.
Moxon Publishes Illustrated Idylls In Edward Moxon and Co. published an ambitious and ornate illustrated edition of Alfred, Lord Tennyson's Idylls of the King. The engravings were provided by Gustave Doré, who had recently illustrated John Milton's Paradise Lost and the Bible.
All edges gilt, bound by possibly Tout of London. January in London by Edward Moxon. The First volume contains pages, The Second volume contains pages, Third volume contains pages and the Forth volume contains pages. Each book measure " by " by " Small 8vo.Hard Cover. London: Edward Moxon, 1st Edition.
Near Fine. First edition, mixed issue as usual. First impression of Volume I, with let the flood / of your salt scorn to page Second impression of Volume II, with the page numbers battered on pages andand with the end'' to page Publisher's green cloth, spines lettered in gilt and ruled in blind.6 BOOKS PUBLISHED BY EDWARD MOXON.
CAM PBELL’S POEMS. CAMPBELL’S POETICAL WORKS. A New Edition. In one volume, illustrated by 20 Vignettes from designs by Turner, and 37 Woodcuts from designs by Harvey. Price 20$. boards, or 34$. elegantly bound in morocco. CAMPBELL'S POETICAL WORKS. In one.