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Absalom and Achitophel. A Poem

Title-page Attribution: None
In this edition the initials ‘J.T.’ in imprint are in italic; the ornament on B1r is in one piece, and C1r line 10 begins ‘And serv’d’. There are four different issues of this edition
Other Copies: 35


Auteur: Dryden, John
Titre: Absalom and Achitophel. A Poem
Lieu de publication: London
Editeur: Printed for J[acob].T[onson]. and are to be Sold by W. Davis in Amen- Corner
Date: 1681
Langue: English
Nombre de scans: 50
Type: Print
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  • that the Bodmer holds the largest collection of early Shakespeare editions outside the Anglophone world? 
  • that the original price for a bound copy of the First Folio when it was first published in 1623 was about £1? 
  • that Bodmer bought most of his Shakespearean books from the American collector A. S. W. Rosenbach in 1951?
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  • more than 230 copies of the First Folio survive, but the Bodmer copy is the only one in Switzerland?