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Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792–1822) was a poet. Details are given in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Photocopies of Percy Bysshe Shelley's autograph additions to his copy of Euripides, comprising a rough draft of Autumn: A Dirge starting 'The warm sun is failing ...' and a poetic fragment beginning 'An archer stood upon the Tower of Babel ...', added in pencil on the front and back endleaves of the second of the three volumes of P.B. Shelley's pocket copy of Euripides (6 vols. bound as 3, Oxford 1811-1812).
See also the Abinger catalogue of the correspondence and papers of the Godwin and Shelley families (MS. Abinger b. 1-6; c. 1-31, 31*, 32-92; d. 1-38; e. 1-69); the Shelley collection of manuscripts and relics (MSS. Shelley c. 1, d. 1-3, e. 1-6; Shelley relics (a)-(g)); and the additional Shelley papers (MSS. Shelley adds. a. 1 (R), b. 1-2, c. 2-16, d. 1-19, e. 1-27, f. 1-5; MSS. Shelley Deeds c. 1-23; Shelley Relics (h)-(j), 1-35).
The copy of Euripides now belongs to Eton College, College Library; photocopies given by D. P. Quarrie, 1986.
Oxford, Bodleian Library MS. Shelley adds. c. 13, fol. 8
Shelley | Percy Bysshe | 1792-1822 | poet
English literature -- 19th century