Death’s Jest-Book by Ramsay Colles (London: The Muses’ Library, Routledge): significant in popularising TLB, but the texts are based on available printed versions, with no new work from MSS. 1912 Death of ‘Pen’ Browning, the poet’s son, in Italy: the box of TLB’s papers passed on to him by Gosse was found to have disappeared. 1928 The Complete Works of Thomas Lovell Beddoes, ed. with a memoir by Sir Edmund Gosse and decorated by the Dance of Death of Hans Holbein, 2 vols (London: Franfolico). 1935 The Works of Thomas Lovell Beddoes, ed. with an introduction by H.W. Donner (London: Oxford University Press): the definitive edition, making full use of Dykes Campbell’s transcriptions, and presenting DJ-B as a three-text variorum; published simultaneously with Donner’s biography of TLB, and The Browning Box, a collection of letters devoted to TLB’s legacy and the transmission of the texts (see Select Bibliography). 1950 Plays and Poems of Thomas Lovell Beddoes, ed. with an introduction by H.W. Donner (London: ‘The Muses’ Library’, Routledge and Kegan Paul): a reader’s edition, without the scholarly apparatus of Works; presents only the 1829 DJ-B, with an appendix of later fragments; a valuable alternative to the variorum in Works. 1978 Reprint of Donner’s Works (New York: AMS Press): the last complete publication of the drama; since then DJ-B has been published in extract form only.