Theodore Besterman, bibliographer and editor : a selection of representative texts

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Theodore Besterman, bibliographer and editor : a selection of representative texts

edited by Francesco Cordasco

(The Great bibliographers series, no. 9)

Scarecrow Press, 1992

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Theodore Besterman (1904-1976) is acknowledged as one of the preeminent systematic bibliographers of the 20th century. His interests were wide-ranging, including theosophy, scrying, psychical research, anthropology, and, above all, Voltaire studies. In all these fields Besterman made significant contributions, and his World Biblio-graphy of Bibliographies (4th ed., 5 vols., 1965-1966) and edition of Voltaire's correspondence (107 vols., 1952-1965) are great monuments in the annals of modern scholarship. Cordasco collects representative selections from Besterman's vast oeuvre, with major attention to Besterman's chief bibliographical works and Voltaire studies, and selections from his writings in other fields. Includes a biographical and critical profile of Besterman and a detailed checklist of his writings.

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