The Fate of Virgil as Conceived by Dante: A Dialogue of the Dead and the Living between Walter Savage Landor and Willard Fiske. MELVILLE BEST ANDERSON.

The Fate of Virgil as Conceived by Dante: A Dialogue of the Dead and the Living between Walter Savage Landor and Willard Fiske.

Place and Imprint: San Francisco: Printed by John Henry Nash, 1931.
Edition: First and only edition, one of 350 copies printed.
Condition: Fine copy.
Book ID: 21763

Physical Description

4to, original tan linen spine, gray-green paper boards and printed paper labels, untrimmed.

Comments

¶ A dialogue between the book collector and scholar, Daniel Willard Fiske (1831-1904) and Walter Savage Landor, set in Villa Landor in Italy, where Landor had once lived and where Fiske later lived. The dialogue, about Dante and Virgil, was written in observation of the two-thousandth anniversary of Virgil's birth.

Price: $75.00