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Fri Mar 21 17:11:19 2014 UTClccn-n800367110.24Enoch Soames a memory of the eighteen-nineties /0.440.81The happy hypocrite : a fairy tale for tired men /41851464Max_Beerbohmn 80036711418849Beerbohm, Henry MaximilianBeerbohm Henry Maximilian 1872-1956Beerbohm, Henry Maximilian, Sir, 1872-1956Beerbohm, Henry MaxmilianBeerbohm, MaxBeerbohm, Max, 1872-1956Beerbohm, Max, sirBeerbohm, SirBeerbohm, Sir Henry MaximilianBeerbohm, Sir MaxBeerbohn, MaxBeerbohn, MayMax Beerbohmビアボームビアボーム, マックスlccn-no94002366University of VirginiaLibraryElectronic Text Centerlccn-n50044175Riewald, Jacobus Gerharduscomedtlccn-n50006625Behrman, S. N.(Samuel Nathaniel)1893-1973lccn-n84083903Hart-Davis, Rupert1907-1999othauiedtlccn-n78086245Hall, N. Johnauiedtlccn-n79008214Cecil, David1902-1986edtlccn-n81042780Lane, John1854-1925np-rossetti, dante gabriel$1828 1882Rossetti, Dante Gabriel1828-1882lccn-n81076081Felstiner, Johnlccn-n79141349Lewis, D. B. Wyndham(Dominic Bevan Wyndham)1891-1969edtBeerbohm, MaxSir1872-1956FictionCollege storiesCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceBibliographyCaricatures and cartoonsReviewsBiographyHistoryLove storiesBeerbohm, Max,--Sir,DandiesGreat BritainEngland--OxfordCartoonistsCollege studentsAuthors, EnglishYoung womenFriendshipCharacter sketchesEnglish essaysEnglandBehrman, S. N.--(Samuel Nathaniel),TheaterEngland--LondonParodiesGamblingManners and customsEnglish wit and humor, PictorialRossetti, Dante Gabriel,Caricatures and cartoonsEnglish dramaBathetic poetry, ScottishBathetic poetry, AmericanBathetic poetry, EnglishBathosEnglish poetryBiographical fictionAuthorsPre-RaphaelitismFranceBarbey d'Aurevilly, J.--(Jules),Dickens, Charles,Brummell, Beau,Baudelaire, Charles,Clothing and dressOrsay, Alfred Guillaume Gabriel,--comte d',Thackeray, William Makepeace,EssaysRothenstein, William,PaintersPoetryMan-woman relationshipsWomen college studentsArts, BritishAesthetic movement (Art)Love storiesThemes, motivesCelebritiesUniversity of Oxford1872195618781886189018921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014555778912429823PR6003.E4ocn000920317ocn007714966ocn000686497ocn002488385ocn017417268ocn014171793ocn011050048ocn018574387ocn046764484ocn491459829ocn000092283ocn001888608ocn005140266ocn657899066ocn679863684ocn019875573ocn001833746ocn608250568ocn463912772ocn185360488ocn046871511ocn859426989ocn458365300ocn459189382ocn459820701ocn455909410ocn781640728ocn443781364ocn257253568321945ocn049294003book19110.31Beerbohm, MaxZuleika DobsonFictionCollege storiesFirst published in 1911, a satiric look at undergraduate life at Oxford recounts the humorous impact of a visit by Zuleika, a beautiful young woman, during Eights Week+-+K397020285270851ocn049294676file19190.32Beerbohm, MaxSeven menAnnotation+-+694269022632418428ocn049294235file19970.24Beerbohm, MaxEnoch Soames a memory of the eighteen-nineties1668122ocn001064173book19000.50Beerbohm, MaxZuleika Dobson, or, An Oxford love storyFictionCollege storiesLove stories" ... 'Zuleika Dobson' is a very special sort of book ... for which ... one must cultivate a taste. It is a book which it is utterly impossible to compare with any other book ... In no other book will you find a beautiful young lady who is at the same time a professional magician and the granddaughter of the Warden of Judas College, Oxford; in no other book will you find the entire student body of a great university falling in love with a single [woman] and taking such measures to make its collective passion visible; in no other book will you find an American (he is a Rhodes Scholar) named Abimelech V. Oover ... [and] in no other book will you find the author introducing himself as a name character ..."+-+5775182546324152839ocn000684387book19240.56Beerbohm, MaxAround theatresHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcReviews128939ocn001276803book19450.53Beerbohm, MaxMainly on the air126073ocn002866332book18960.66Beerbohm, MaxA Christmas garlandParodies, imitations, etcA collection of parodies. Includes: The mote in the middle distance (Henry James), Perkins and mankind (H.G. Wells), A straight talk (George Bernard Shaw) and other English authors+-+845305558532411994ocn049294310file19970.25Beerbohm, MaxA.V. LaiderFiction11975ocn049294275file19970.25Beerbohm, MaxJames PethelFiction11863ocn049293185file0.25Beerbohm, MaxAnd even now115650ocn007964178book19200.56Beerbohm, MaxAnd even nowA collection of essays written from 1910 to 1920+-+4031564696324104555ocn000549704book19090.53Beerbohm, MaxYet againThis 1909 collection of humorous sketches includes The Fire," Seeing People Off," A Club in Ruins," A Study in Dejection," A Pathetic Imposture," The Decline of the Graces," Whistler's Writing," A Morris for May-Day," The House of Commons Manner," The Naming of Streets," On Shakespeare's Birthday," A Home-Coming," and The Humour of the Public."+-+7323653905102923ocn015589328book19220.53Beerbohm, MaxRossetti and his circleCaricatures and cartoons93446ocn001497032book18990.63Beerbohm, MaxMore88643ocn001834368book19490.50Beerbohm, MaxSeven men, and two others+-+806902803679918ocn011824503book19300.53Lewis, D. B. WyndhamThe stuffed owl : an anthology of bad verseThe editors of this legendary and hilarious anthology write: "It would seem at a hasty glance that to make an anthology of Bad Verse is on the whole a simple matter ... On the contrary ... There is bad Bad Verse and good Bad Verse." Here one finds the best of the worst of the greatest English poets, with an index ("Manure, adjudged a fit subject for the Muse, page 91") that is itself an inspired work of folly. Annotation. Just in time for National Poetry Month--the legendary and hilarious anthology containing the best of the worst poetry ever written by some of the world's most celebrated wordsmiths of the English language, including Dryden, Wordsworth, and Keats66626ocn680057239file19110.31Beerbohm, MaxZuleika Dobson an Oxford love storyFictionA satiric look at undergraduate life at Oxford recounts the humorous impact of a visit by Zuleika, a beautiful young woman, during Eights Week+-+984269022632465262ocn010246578book18960.81Beerbohm, MaxThe happy hypocrite : a fairy tale for tired menFictionFacsimilie of colour illustrated 1918 ed. of The Happy Hypocrite+-+629162626632464618ocn000303039book19590.50Beerbohm, MaxMax in verse: rhymes and parodies64128ocn000764698book19280.63Beerbohm, MaxA variety of things16392ocn000964786book19600.33Behrman, S. NPortrait of Max; an intimate memoir of Sir Max BeerbohmBiography127815ocn000367405book19640.37Cecil, DavidMax, a biographyBiography12509ocn049294150com18960.32Beerbohm, MaxThe works of Max BeerbohmBibliographyIncluded are all seven of Max Beerbohm's major early essays. Though these essays were justly acclaimed in their time, their magnificence is such that they also demand the highest accolades in ours, replete as they are with undiminished colour and spectacle, humour and barbed excellence.--From back cover8074ocn000403236book19720.37Felstiner, JohnThe lies of art; Max Beerbohm's parody and caricature7223ocn000369853book19720.37Lawrence, JeromeThe incomparable Max; a playDrama7043ocn000494966book19720.53McElderry, Bruce RobertMax BeerbohmCriticism, interpretation, etc6463ocn000866493book19740.56Riewald, Jacobus GerhardusThe surprise of excellence: modern essays on Max BeerbohmCriticism, interpretation, etc5631ocn000390135book19600.50Moers, EllenThe dandy, Brummell to BeerbohmHistory5502ocn049821792book20020.37Hall, N. JohnMax Beerbohm : a kind of a lifeBiographyMax Beerbohm was widely celebrated as the wittiest mind of his age. He became famous in the mid-1890s and remained so until his death in 1956. His wit manifested itself in both prose and caricature, and his writings and drawings are keenly interesting. Max's life, however, was relatively uneventful, and of interest, he said, only to himself. John Hall moves quickly through Max's history: schoolboy; college undergraduate; London caricaturist, journalist, and critic; Edwardian social butterfly; married man and self-exile to Italy in 1910, where he produced numerous books, essays, and caricatures; and, from 1935 to 1956, occasional BBC radio broadcaster. Hall notes that although all Max's work during his fifteen early years on the London scene concerned contemporary art and life, after his "retirement" in 1910 his writings and drawings harkened back to the late-Victorian/Edwardian era and even to the Pre-Raphaelites; he became, he said, an "interesting link with the past." This book, like Beerbohm's work, highlights his connection with various eminences over three eras: Algernon Swinburne, J.A.M. Whistler, Oscar Wilde, Henry James, George Bernard Shaw, Lytton Strachey, Virginia Woolf, and many others+-+50524555855455ocn001915107book19750.59Beerbohm, MaxMax and Will : Max Beerbohm and William Rothenstein, their friendship and letters, 1893-1945Records and correspondence+-+96110092153245282ocn000367401book19620.33Beerbohm, MaxThe incomparable MaxCaricatures and cartoons5058ocn018051819book19880.63Beerbohm, MaxLetters of Max Beerbohm, 1892-1956Records and correspondence4571ocn005565043book19790.63Small, IanThe Aesthetes : a sourcebook4567ocn000602052book19720.66Hart-Davis, RupertA catalogue of the caricatures of Max BeerbohmCatalogs4122ocn036776401book19970.47Hall, N. JohnMax Beerbohm caricaturesCaricatures and cartoonsThis delightful book is an anthology of Beerbohm's best images, accompanied by historical and analytical commentary by John Hall that is enriched by liberal quotation from Beerbohm's own witty essays, criticism, letters and fiction. The 213 caricatures reproduced here are arranged in chapters by category: writers, including Wilde, Kipling, James, Conrad, Yeats, Twain, Wells, Hardy, Strachey, Forster, and Pound; theatre people, including Ibsen, Shaw, and Barrie; artists, including Whistler, Sargent, and Fry; politicians, including Disraeli, Theodore Roosevelt, Wilson, and Churchill; royalty, especially King Edward VII (Beerbohm's favourite subject), but also Queen Victoria, George V, and Edward VIII; and miscellaneous contemporaries, including Caruso, Sousa, and financier Alfred De Rothschild. Also reproduced are generous selections from Beerbohm's two books of caricatures dealing with the past: Dante, Burns, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Tennyson, and Browning from The Poet's Corner; and Rossetti, Swinburne, Ruskin, Morris and others from Rossetti and His Circle. The final chapter is devoted to self-portraits+-+92672555853244023ocn018166593book19890.73Danson, LawrenceMax Beerbohm and the act of writingCriticism, interpretation, etc3982ocn012285668book19860.70Viscusi, RobertMax Beerbohm, or, The Dandy Dante : rereading with mirrorsCriticism, interpretation, etc3952ocn000625683book19650.50Beerbohm, MaxMax Beerbohm's letters to Reggie TurnerRecords and correspondence3822ocn000810537book19740.66Mix, Katherine LyonMax and the AmericansBiography3775ocn000814205book19530.66Riewald, Jacobus GerhardusSir Max Beerbohm, man and writer; a critical analysis with a brief life and a bibliography+-+9842690226324+-+9842690226324Fri Mar 21 16:02:44 EDT 2014batch58627