copyright 1924; translated by Ella D'Arcy; D. Appleton and Company publishers, New York; hardbound in green boards with gilt stamp lettering on cover and spine; very good condition with unmarked pages; spine has minor fading - see pic; no dust jacket.
This book tells the tale of Percy Bysshe Shelley, whose life was singularly interesting and diverse. His friends unanimously testify that his character was one of gentleness, purity, generosity and strong affection. As a poet, he stands in the front rank and in some of his shorter poems he is unsurpassed. During his short life of 30 years, he was not the object of much severe judgment and his poetic power was recognized by only a few.