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A Tale of Two Cities (Number 161, Riverside Literature Series)

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1905

A 1905 softcover edition of the author's novel of the French Revolution. Includes seven black & white illustrations. Edited for school use by R. Adelaide Witham, an unattributed biographical sketch of Charles Dickens, and an introduction by Edwin Percy Whipple. End notes and study suggestions at rear of volume. Entry #161 in publisher's "Riverside Literature Series". --- In light green paper wraps, backed in dark green cloth. Binding is sewn. --- With prior o... View more info

Bleak House (Everyman's Library #236)

By: DICKENS, Charles (author); CHESTERTON, G. K. (introduction)

Price: $23.50

Publisher: London / New York, Everyman's Library - J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd./E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1962

An Everyman's Library reprint edition of the ninth novel by Charles Dickens (1812-1870), first published serially beginning in 1852. In this work, Dickens sought to expose the inequities of England's Chancery Court. Includes an introduction by G. K. Chesterton. Everyman's Library #236, an entry in EL's Fiction series. --- In larger format binding style 4, green cloth-covered boards with titling and stylized "EL" stamped in gilt on spine; pale orange topstain. In... View more info

Lord Hornblower


Price: $15.00

Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown and Company, 1946

Edition: First Edition

Stated first edition, copyright page. The eighth novel in the author's much-esteemed series of works featuring his Horatio Hornblower character. --- In navy blue cloth-covered boards w/titling, illustrations and decorations gilt-stamped on cover and spine. With ships-at-sea artwork at endpapers; blue topstain. Lacks the dust jacket. --- With a little soiling, corner bumps and scuffing to covers as well as back cover dampstains; otherwise a clean, firmly bound copy.; Octa... View more info

The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, For Whom the Bell Tolls (3 Volume Set)


Price: $43.00

Publisher: New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, [1960s-1970s]

A three-volume set of Ernest Hemingway's most highly-acclaimed novels, separately bound in light and dark blue simulated leather paper-covered boards. --- With author's facsimile signature and quill design on front covers. Gilt and silver titling and decorations on spines & covers. Possibly originally offered by a book club, these reprint copies bear various dates, including 1968, but likely published late 1960s to 1970s. Volumes lack dust jackets (probably as issued). -... View more info