Charlottesville: Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1976, 1977, 1978.
Octavo, cloth. Covers very slightly dust soiled, else fine.
Each volume contains approximately 20 essays on a wide variety of literary topics. Volume 29 contains an essay on "Edna St. Vincent Millay's Afterthoughts on the Translation of Baudelaire", and "Mrs. Stowe's Income from the Serial Version of Uncle Tom's Cabin"; volume 30 contains an essay on "A Qualitative Analysis of Compositors C and D in the Shakespeare First Folio", as well as "The Motives of Puffing: John Newbery's Advertisements 1742-1767"; volume 31 contains an essay on "Sherwood Anderson's Fugitive Pamphlets and Broadsides," and "Flash of the Comet: The Typographical Career of Samuel N. Dickinson".