Author:Holbrook Jackson

Holbrook Jackson
(1874–1948)
Holbrook Jackson

WorksEdit

  • Edward Fitzgerald and Omar Khayyam; an Essay and Bibliography (1899)
  • The Eternal Now (1900)
  • Everychild: a Book of Verses (1903)
  • Bernard Shaw (1907)
  • Great English Novelists (1908)
  • William Morris: Craftsman-Socialist (1908)
  • Romance and Reality: Essays and Studies (1911)
  • Platitudes in the Making (1911)
  • Great Soldiers (1911)
  • All Manner of Folk, Interpretations and Studies (1912)
  • Town: An Essay (1913)
  • The Eighteen Nineties: A Review of Art and Ideas at the Close of the Nineteenth Century (1913)
  • Southward Ho! and other essays (1914)
  • Occasions (1922)
  • Brief Survey Of Printing History & Practice (1923), co-authored with Stanley Morison
  • Private Presses in England (1923)
  • William Morris (1926)
  • The Bibliophile's Almanack for 1927 (1927), co-authored with Harold Child, Osbert Sitwell, W.J. Turner and Frank Sidgwick
  • Essays of To-day and Yesterday (1929), co-authored with Philip Guedalla, Allan Monkhouse, Ivor Brown
  • The Anatomy of Bibliomania (1930)
  • The Fear of Books (1932)
  • William Morris and the arts and crafts. (1934)
  • Maxims of Books and Reading (1934)
  • Three Papers on William Morris (1934), co-authored with Graily Hewitt and James Shand
  • A Cross-Section of English Printing: The Curwen Press 1918–1934 (1935)
  • The Early History of the Double Crown Club (1935)
  • Opening Speech at an Exhibition of Percy Smith's Typographical work (1935)
  • Of the Uses of Books (1937)
  • Shopping and Taste: a lecture (1937)
  • The Printing of Books (1938)
  • The Aesthetics of Printing. (1939)
  • The Story of Don Vincente (1939)
  • Bookman's Holiday: A recreation for booklovers (1945)
  • The Reading of Books (1946)
  • The Hunting of Books (1947)
  • The Complete Nonsense of Edward Lear (1947)
  • Dreamers of Dreams: The Rise and Fall of 19th Century Idealism (1948)
  • Pleasures of Reading (1948)
  • Typophily (1954)
  • William Caxton (the first English printer) (1959)
  • Sanctuary of Printing: the record room at the university press, Oxford
  • Thoughts on Book Design (1968) with Paul Valery and Stanley Morison

As editorEdit

  • Contingent Ditties. and Other Soldier Songs of the Great War by Frank S. Brown (1915)
  • On Art and Socialism. Essays and Lectures by William Morris (1947)

Works about JacksonEdit

 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1927.


The author died in 1948, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 70 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.