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Description:Good. No Jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall; Trade Paperback...Good. No Jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall; Trade Paperback in Good Condition. 342 pages with bibliography and index. Black and white illustrations. Clean and unmarked pictorial card cover, standard used book, with light edgewear, small scuff to front edge of spine heel. tight glued binding. Internals very clean, no underlining or highlighting, no marginalia. This is the first volume in A History of England series, General Editor Lacey Baldwin Smith. Fifth Edition, 1988. In this series the authors do necessarily deal with the chronology of events, but have also tried to conjure up something of the drama of politics, of the wealth of personalities, of the pettiness as well as the greatness of human motivation. There is relatively little on literature, the fine arts, or philosophy, except as they throw light on the uniqueness of English history. D. C. Heath, Lexington, Massachusetts, 1988.
Description:Fine in Slip Case jacket. Book Vol. I: The Making of England, 55...Fine in Slip Case jacket. Book Vol. I: The Making of England, 55 B.C. to 1399, by C. Warren Hollister. Vol. II: This Realm of England 1399-1688, by Lacey Baldwin Smith. Vol. III: The Age of Aristocracy 1688 to 1830, by William B. Willcox. Vol. IV: Britain Yesterday & Today 1830 to the Present, by Walter L. Arnstein.
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