This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...little place, --he who had wondered whether he was doomed to pass all his life in Shadbrook, now trembled with terror at ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...little place, --he who had wondered whether he was doomed to pass all his life in Shadbrook, now trembled with terror at the bare idea of leaving it. "Let me persuade you,"--he heard the Squire say--"to accept another living. I shall miss you from my own part of the country, of course, --but I'm sure it would be kinder to you to remove you from the scene of the awful tragedy that has befallen you. I have no other living vacant in my own gift, but I can help you to secure an excellent one where you will be among more congenial people and surroundings, and then--perhaps--in time, --the wound will heal" So far Everton listened, silently, --then he answered in low and trembling accents. "It is a wound too deep for healing!"--he said--" And I cannot leave Shadbrook, --not new!" "Why not?" persisted the Squire--"My dear Everton, think of it! You will be insufferably lonely here, --the whole character and type of the place is opposed to your character and type, --besides your capabilities fit you for a wider field of action" "A man makes his own field of action,"--answered Everton, gaining strength as the burden of his thoughts found relief in speech--" It is my own fault that I have not made mine yet--but I will, --and in Shadbrook! It is large and wide enough to contain a great sorrow--perhaps it will also hold a great love! My dear Mr. Hazlitt, you are goodness itself, and I thank you from my heart!--but, do not urge me to accept your offer! My work is cut out for me here." The Squire looked distressed. "The work is not important,"--he began, --" And much of it must be distasteful" "All the more reason why I should do it,"--said...
Fair with no dust jacket. Some spotting to cover, rear inner hinge cracked, previous owoner name. Contents clean and unmarked making this an acceptable reading copy. Previous owner inscription dated Christmas 1908 on front free end paper.; 12mo 7"-7½" tall.
Fair. 1908, Marie Corelli, Hardcover, red cloth cover has some rub, slight edgewear and a small tear at top of spine, Two 1st blank pages are loose, front hinge is cracked so spine a bit loose, name inside front and back.
Good. NICE CONDITION THICK HARDCOVER BOOK. NO WRITING OR MARKINGS IN TEXT. A FEW DRAWINGS AND A LARGE LIBRARY LABEL ON INSIDE COVER. LOOSE AND CRACKED HINGES. SOME WEAR, FRAYING, AND SCUFFING TO COVER. A CLEAN AND SOLID BOOK.
Good. B002DMBUX4 First edition Frederick Stokes red cloth hardcover. Good. Spine and portions of front and rear covers faded/bleached, one corner bumped, one tip rubbed, extensive personal message on front end page together with a short gift inscription that has been lined out, otherwise a clean unmarked text.
Fair. No Dustjacket. 1908. First Edition. 520 pages. No dust jacket. Red cloth hardback with gilt lettering. Annotated. Internal hinges cracked. Remains clear and legible throughout on tanned and foxed pages. Binding has weakened due to hinge cracking. Significant damp staining, edge wear and use marking present with sunning to spine. Gilt remains bright.
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