Machiavelli’s Virtue


Harvey Mansfield
Title: Machiavelli’s Virtue
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Year of publication: 1996
Place of publication: Chicago
Ownership: Borrowed from the Social Science library at Oxford University.
General comments: Drawing of a gun–apparently to emphasise the significance of military training in Machiavelli’s conception of virtue.
Submitted by: Udit Bhatia

Poems by John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester


Author: Earl of Rochester
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Publisher: Routledge & Kegan Paul
Place of publication: London
Year of publication: 1953
Editors: Vivian de Sola Pinto
Place of purchase: Kolkata Bookfair
Price of purchase: Rupees 45
Ownership: Secondhand
General comments: Ex Libris R. K. Dasgupta (Rabindra Kumar Dasgupta, former director, National Library Kolkata) who bought the book from Parkers of Oxford in 1955, presumably while writing his PhD on Milton under the supervision of Helen Gardner.
[first endpaper]
(Full title-page transcriptions of eight Rochester editions, as well as details of editions in the Bodleian and in Parkers.)

[second endpaper]
R. K. Dasgupta
Submitted by: Abhijit Gupta