LETTERS OF THOMAS J. WISE TO JOHN HENRY WRENN A FURTHER INQUIRY INTO THE GUILT OF CERTAIN NINETEENTH-CENTURY FORGERS. Fannie E. Ratchford.

LETTERS OF THOMAS J. WISE TO JOHN HENRY WRENN A FURTHER INQUIRY INTO THE GUILT OF CERTAIN NINETEENTH-CENTURY FORGERS.

(Wise, Thomas J.).
  • New York: Alfred A. Knopf, (1944).
  • 8vo.
  • cloth, dust jacket.
  • xiv, 591, xvi pages.

Price: $45.00  other currencies

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First edition. Ratchford's book proved beyond doubt the guilt of Thomas J. Wise as a literary forger and implicated the distinguished men of letters, H. Buxton Forman and Sir Edmund Gosse and thus becomes a necessary supplement to Carter and Pollard's An Enquiry into the Nature of Certain Nineteenth-Century Pamphlets. Jacket chipped with pieces missing along edges and is price clipped.