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Exhibit Burns and Wordsworth Mss

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Beginning next Monday, March 22, in the Memorial Room of the Widener Library there will be on exhibition a priceless collection of first editions of Burns' poems and Wordsworth's poems and manuscripts. The Widener collection is especially strong in items of this period.

For the rest of this week, the showcases are full of works by Samuel Johnson and his contemporaries. Among the rare first editions on exhibition are the Johnson's "Dictionary of the English Language," his "Life of Pope," all of the "Rambler," Rasselas," "Irene," Fielding's "Tom Jones," and Sterne's "Tristram Shandy." Also there is a document signed by Queen Anne and a letter from Johnson to Sir Joshua Reynolds.

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