[Edmund Gosse collection of Kipling materials]. [1889-1891]


Gosse, Edmund, 1849-1928,. [Edmund Gosse collection of Kipling materials].

[Edmund Gosse collection of Kipling materials]. [1889-1891]

The collection of Rudyard Kipling associated items assembled by Edmund Gosse and bound in a volume includes a letter from Kipling to Gosse's wife from February 2, 1892 with manuscript poem and a galley proof sheet for Kipling's poem "The blind bug" to be published in the December 27, 1890 International Observer. Also includes sixteen excerpted poems and short stories written by Rudyard Kipling from Macmillan's Magazine, The Fortnightly Review, The English Illustrated Magazine and The Contemporary Review during the years 1889-1891. Excerpted Kipling titles accompanied by covers of the journals listing the table of contents for the entire issue.

1 v. (15 pieces) ; 26 cm.

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