George Meredith letter

Scope and Content

Address: Box Hill, Dorking, [Surrey]. To 'Sir Reynard' [Edward Clodd]. 'If you like to have the dedication [of Walter Copeland Jerrold's book on Meredith] you have only to bow your head ... But there should be no mention of you as the subject's friend, for that would overpower the appreciation ...'
Autograph, with signature.


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This document is inserted in W Jerrold (1902) 'George Meredith: an essay towards appreciation' (presentation copy to E Clodd) - Library classmark (XIX) Bc [Meredith - Appendix - Jerrold]. To request the document, please place an order for the volume, specifying that you wish to see the autograph letter AL153.

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Typescript catalogue available in the Library's Special Collections Reading Room.