4 edition of The pleasures of being a scholar-collector found in the catalog.
The pleasures of being a scholar-collector
G. Thomas Tanselle
|Statement||by G. Thomas Tanselle.|
|Series||Robert L. Nikirk lecture -- new ser., no. 5, Nikirk lectures -- n.s., no. 5.|
|Contributions||Kelly, Jerry, 1955- book designer., Grolier Club.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
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Get this from a library. The pleasures of being a scholar-collector: Robert L. Nikirk lecture, [G Thomas Tanselle; Jerry Kelly; Grolier Club.]. The Art Deco Book in France.
Charlottesville New Castle, Del.: Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia ; Distributed by Oak Knoll Books. ISBN CS1 maint: uses authors parameter ——; Grolier Club. The Pleasures of Being a Scholar-Collector. New York: Grolier Club. ISBN —— (). Thomas Tanselle has 41 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Thomas Tanselle’s most popular book is Moby-Dick or, the Whale. This book taught me about two kinds of book lovers. Those who love what the book reads, and think it is an added advantage if the book looks beautiful; and those who are more of a competitive affectation.
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Slive. His first book, on the early American playwright Royall Tyler (), resulted in his being named to the Kennedy Center Advisory Committee for Drama for the Bicentennial in A Historical Introduction; and inthe Nikirk Lecture at the Grolier Club, published as The Pleasures of Being a Scholar-Collector ().
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Author: G. Thomas Tanselle Author: Herman Melville Author: Alma A. MacDougall Editor: Alma A. MacDougall Editor: Harrison Hayford. Pleasures of Being a Scholar-collector: The Robert L. Nikirk Lecture ISBN: - Paperback - List Price: $ Publisher: Grolier Club - Published Date: 12/01/ - Paperback Author: G.
Thomas. Finite Mathematics, Geoffrey C. Berresford. X Mormonism - A Latter Day Deception, Martin Wishnatsky. The Pleasures of Being a Scholar- Collector - The 2. Robert L. Thomas Tanselle. Pembroke - A Rock Climbing Guide to the Best Areas on the South Pembrokeshire Coast, Alan James.
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