IN 2014, THE Fortnightly Review began offering subscribers a collection of titles reflecting the diverse interests of the editors. We called our imprint Odd Volumes, a salute to The Sette of Odd Volumes, a celebrated and long-lived association of bibliophiles founded in London in 1878 by Bernard Quaritch and others. (Our colophon is in fact borrowed from some of the Sette’s early printed pieces.)
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Brunetière and the ‘monster banquet’ by Elton Hocking. (June 2016). In .pdf format. Gratis to subscribers on request.
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