Thomas Carlyle. A Descriptive Bibliography.
Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1989. Thick 8vo, 543 pp. Original dark blue buckram, stamped in gilt to top board and backstrip; illustrated throughout by means of facsimiles within the text. Photocopy of a review from the Bibliographical Society of America loosely inserted. Near fine. First edition. While more limited in scope than Dyers earlier work on the subject (Tarr restricts himself to the writings of Carlyle, with a few exceptions), Tarrs volume is easy to use, and accessible, making great use of Tarrs encyclopedic knowledge. See PBSA LXXXIV, No. 2 (June, 1990), pp. 188-190.
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