London: C[harles] and J[ames] Ollier, 1819. First edition. In a 20th century cloth binding, rebound without half-title or ads. Internal contents are clean and fresh. Including some of Shelley's most celebrated works such as the sonnet "Ozymandias" and the "Hymn to Intellectual Beauty." An excellent copy in a rather mundane binding. Shelley's work has been reevaluated by scholars over the last 10 years and his stature has grown to such an extent that many now credit him as co-author of "Frankenstein," with his wife Mary.