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9) Kaye not only left the literary remains to which May and Marotti allude, (10) and shared Hanson's familiarity with the writings of Thomas Tusser, (11) but he also left four autobiographical paintings, done on each side of two joined wood panels, which survive to the present day in the Tolson Museum in Huddersfield.
It was the edition of the 1818 lecture published in The Literary Remains that really magnified the figure of Don Quixote for posterity in the passages in which Don Quixote is said to be a personification of reason and the moral sense.
In later years, he was to be charged with flouting Mansfield's wishes and making available her literary remains in order to profit from them, and it is true that he enjoyed a steady income from the royalties on her work.
He employs the findings of archeologists combined with the sparse literary remains to posit the development of the city in China during the first two dynasties, the Shang and the Chou.
This is no easy task because Musil's thinking about ethics and aesthetics is spread across his diaries, published and unpublished essays, and his massive, unfinished novel, The Man Without Qualities, including the multiple versions of incomplete chapters contained in his literary remains.
Browning, for all his great admiration for Beddoes' poems, viewed the box of his literary remains with great aversion--"that dismal box" he called it.
The arena of Grafton's explorations is the world of printed texts in the Republic of Letters over several centuries, but he is deeply concerned, too, with the role of practical experience in the life of book-learning, with "three-dimensional" as well as literary remains, and with the communities of science, natural as well as human, that have struggled to recover, to assemble, and to make available knowledge of all sorts.
Fortunately, he is able to bring such qualities to the hard work of contextualizing Felix's literary remains, largely reticent about the matters that interest the modern historian.
John Thompson's chapter on the role of fate in the eventual disposition of literary and personal papers, looks in detail at the literary remains of Katharine Susannah Pritchard, Vance and Nettie Palmer and Sir John Monash, and the way in which successive `National Librarians' (even before the title was official) trod delicately to acquire them for the national cultural estate.
8) Edward VI, Literary Remains of King Edward the Sixth, ed.
Ostensibly, the narrator here searches for answers about a relationship with a gifted former student, an aspiring poet who now, after some twenty years of their having led separate lives, has passed away and, to her great surprise, willed her entire literary remains to the narrator.