FRANK NORRIS, A DESCRIPTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY.
McElrath Jr, Joseph R.
First edition. The newest volume in the important set of bibliographies issued by Pittsburgh. As in the other reference books in the series, this volume covers Norris's separate publications, collected editions, first appearances in books, pamphlets, magazines and newspapers, keepsakes and misattributions and dubious attributions. Also includes appendices giving additional information on the revision of McTeague and A Man's Woman. With a brief section of works about Norris.
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THE ART OF FRENCH CALOTYPE WITH A CRITICAL DICTIONARY OF ...
by Jammes, Andre and Eugenia Parry Janis
A history of calotype photography in France, with two hundred black-and-white calotype photographs of varied subjects. This volume traces the relation to the history of prints and the calotype's influence on impressionism. The book also contains an essay on the origins of early photography and a bibliography. Minor wear at spine ends of dust jacket.