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Sir Max Beerbohm

Bibliographical Notes

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ISBN 9780674331662

Publication Date: 01/01/1944

121 pages

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This volume contains a bibliography of the first and other editions of the works of Max Beerbohm. In addition, there is a list of introductions which he has written for books, a list of uncollected and unpublished writings, one of caricatures, the first documentation to appear on his plays, a list of the catalogues of his exhibitions of caricatures, a section entitled “Maxiana,” and a list of studies on the subject of this book as well as references. The book contains ten plates, for the most part hitherto unpublished caricatures and other drawings.

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