Very good minus. Spine ends worn. Board edges slightly rubbed. Corners bumped and worn. Pages slightly browned. Please Note: This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. Please inquire for more detailed condition information.
Good. No Jacket. Limited Edition This is the Emerson Edition of the complete essays of Montaigne, published in a limited editon of 1050 copies (this is #492) in 1910, with the text translated by Charles Cotton, first published in1685-86, as revised and corrected by the editor William Carew Hazlitt, grandson of the English essaysist Willam Hazlitt; the first volume includes Emerson's essay on Montaigne and a preface by the editor; the last volume includes a sketch of the life of Montaigne, his letters, and the notes and index for all of the volumes; each volume contains a frontispiece and three additional illustrations (quarter tan cloth over green paper-covered boards, title and volume number on tan paper spine label, gilt top edge, other edges are rought-cut; all volumes are good to very good; some volumes have worn edges and/or corners; all spines are darkend; oherwise these a clean, tight, sturdy copies; may require extra shipping charge unless shipped by domestic media mail)
The Works of Michel de Montaigne
by Michel Montaigne, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Charles Cotton
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