- Physical Description:
- 107 p. ; 23 cm.
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsMSS 17 Moss no. 83Yale Center for British Art, Gift of Roger W. MossView by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Related Content:
- View finding aid for the Roger W. Moss Collection of manuscript, original art and printed material by and about Richard Shirley Smith
- "Jacket illustration [monotype] by Richard Shirley Smith."--Moss.
Moss, R.W. Richard Shirley Smith, 83
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in publisher's original pale olive green cloth, with dust jacket. Richard Shirley Smith's copy, with his studio ex-libris.
BAC: From the Roger W. Moss Collection of manuscript, original art and printed material by and about Richard Shirley Smith.
Leonard Clark, poet, reviewer and broadcaster, wrote about his childhood in Gloucestershire in an earlier book, 'Green Wood'. He now continues his reminiscences of earlier times with, as he describes it "this fragment of autobiography". In "Grateful Caliban" many characters are again drawn to perfection and although autobiographical, it still succeeds in being much more than that; a perceptive and delightful glimpse of quiter, more leisurely days spent in the real countryside.
- Subject Terms:
- Autobiography.Clark, Leonard.Dobson, D. -- Publisher.Shirley Smith, Richard -- Bookplate.
- Monotypes -- 1967.
Dust jackets (Binding)
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