GOOD. JACKET: FAIR. 5 ½ X 8 ½ Dust jacket in a Mylar protective cover: moderate book, shelf, edge wear rubs, corner bumps/tears, soiling, discoloration, price clipped. Boards: mild edge wear, corner bumps. Interior: pages lightly browned, foxing. Dust jacket excerpt, "In this book Jane Austen emerges from behind the assumptions of a hundred years and takes her true place among the greatest masters of irony. Instead of "gentle Jane, " she is shown to be a writer uncomfortably acute and irreverent, resisting society by exposing it in all its incongruities and delusions, through novels often admired for qualities which they actually subvert or ignore." _PAB_
GOOD. JACKET: FAIR DJ. 9 X 6. Jane Austen Irony as Defense and Discovery by Marvin Mudrick. Publisher: Princeton University Press in Princeton, New Jersey. 1952. Show definite wear, and perhaps considerate marking inside. Sticker on the rear cover. Tight and clean binding. No bookplate. _PAB_
This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Re-bound by library. Library sticker on front cover.
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