The Translator of Dante: The Life, Work and Friendships of Henry Francis Cary

KING, R. W.
London: 1925

Stock Code: 7767

The biography of British author and translator Henry Francis Cary, born in Gibralter December 6 1772. Most famous for his translation of The Divine Comedy.

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The Translator of Dante: The Life, Work and Friendships of Henry Francis Cary (1772-1844)
Fronispiece illustration and five plates.

Condition: Very Good, wear to all cover extremities. Rubbing to cover surfaces. Page edges foxed and browned. There is a unused label on the back pastedown that appears to be a library label but there is no other indication of being ex-library.

Book Publishing Details
Author:Robert Wylie King
Illustrator:
Full title:The Translator of Dante: The Life, Work and Friendships of Henry Francis Cary (1772-1844)
Publisher:Martin Secker, London
Year Printed:1925
Edition:First Edition
Binding:Hardcover
ISBN 10:
ISBN 13:
Language:English
Category:Biography & Autobiography
Size:210mm Tall, 8vo
Pages:372
Stock Code:7767
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Keywords:Dante, Coleridge, The London Magazine, the British Museum, Charles Lamb, Taylor and Hessey,
University of Oxford,

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Weight0.85 kg
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