DOVES PRESS. ~ Note on a Passage in Shelley's Ode to Liberty.
6 pp. plus one blank. Sm. 4to., loose as issued in original printed brown wrappers. An extremely good, crisp copy.
Written by Cobden-Sanderson and printed in the Athenaeum in 1914. Here beautifully reprinted at the Doves Press and sent as a free gift to subscribers.
Together with: ‘Advertisement, December 1914”. 2pp. advertisement sheet from the Doves Press dated 1914 with the explanation for the suspension of Goethe’s Gedichte and Humboldt’s Cosmos - “Since the opening of the great war I have not had the heart to print what I had proposed to print, as a supreme expression of German genius”. It also announces ‘The Prelude’, Keats and Shakespeare’s Lucrece.