London: Chapman & Hall, 1861.
Small octavo. iv, 480pp., + 32pp. of advertisements. Fifth edition. The third novel of Trollope's "Chronicles of Barsetshire," a sequence of six novels set in the imaginary town of Barsetshire. This copy bears a presentation inscription from the author to Blanche Thwaite. While we cannot positively identify Ms. Thwaite, it... more
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London: Chapman and Hall, 1861.
Three octavo volumes. (iv), 344pp.; (ii), 351pp.; (ii), 344, + 32pp. of advertisements dated May, 1861. First edition, first impression. One of 1,000 copies. Widely acknowledged as Dickens's masterpiece, Great Expectations was one of only two novels not published in monthly parts and published without illustrations. It was serialized in... more
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London: Chapman Hall, 1925.
Octavo. xxx, 188pp. First edition, limited issue. One of 1,000 copies printed at the Curwen Press. This copy is inscribed by Huxley: "The Opportunities of a Night. (Not a good translation, if I may say so. See the passage quoted in the original French on p xix of the introduction... more
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London: Chapman & Hall, 1926.
Quarto. xviii, 122pp. + CIff. With a Preface by Max Beerbohm and 11 Collotype Plates. First edition, limited to 520 copies. Light wear and rubbing to extremities of black cloth boards. ... more
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