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Fine in Very Good + jacket. 190 pp. A fine copy in red cloth with black ink titles. Dust jacet is very good+ with some chips at spine head, minimal soil at back cover. P.O. inked signature on flyleaf. Contents clean with bright, unmarked text.
Near Fine in Poor jacket. Text/NEW & Bright, w/stamped "file" to text edges. Red linen boards/Fine. DJ/Poor; strong w/edge wear, discoloration, and small loss to mid-front spine edge. Study of Daniel Defoe's (1660-1731) novels published between 1719 and 1724---interesting to note, Defoe, political journalist by trade with bouts in secret service work, wrote Robinson Crusoe in 1719 when he was nearly 60 years old. 7 chapters: I, Introduction; II, Robinson Crusoe: Author & Narrator; III, Captain Singleton: Puritan & Picaresque; IV, Moll Flanders: Parodies of Respectability; V, Colonel Jack: Heroic & Mock-Heroic; and VI, Roxana: The Verbal World.
Zimmerman, Everett., University of California Press, 1975, c1975, 1st Edition, fine w/dj (tiny chip), 190 pp w/index, 8vo, 'This refreshing view of Daniel Defoe focuses on the major works of fiction published between 1719 and 1724....'
University of California Press, Berkeley, CA
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