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Author

Brann, William Cowper

Title

Complete Works (in 12 volumes)

Sub-Title

Publisher

 

The Brann Publishers, Inc.

Year

1919

City

New York

Edition

Scanned

Searchable

Cleaned

Deluxe

Second Printing

600.0000

600.0000

1200.0000

2400.0000

Description

William Cowper Brann (1855 - 1898) was known as "The Iconoclast." Quoted from the "Publisher's Note:"

"In putting into permanent form the complete works of William Cowper Brann, twenty-one years after his death, the sole purpose of the present publishers is to preserve in its entirety the genius of a writer whose work, though produced under the stress of journalism, is destined to endure as literature." …

"The plan and arrangement of this twelve-volume set of Brann is simple. The first volume is composed of articles of various length gathered from miscelllaneous sources, and includes some of the better known articles from 'The Iconoclast.' Volume II to XI inclusive are the files of 'The Iconoclast' (from Februuary, 1895 to May, 1898, inclusive), with the matter arranged approximately as it appeared in the original publication. Volume XII contains the story of Brann's death and various biographical and critical articles from the press of the day, together with those of Brann's speeches and lectures which have been preserved. At the close of Volume XII you will find a complete index of subjects and of titled articles for the entire twelve volumes."

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