Very Good. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 294 p. Contains: Illustrations. This text presents a re-interpretation of English history and culture in the era of King George III. The author argues that England was probably the first modern country to experience nationalism, revealing its effect throughout English cultural, social, literary, and political life.
Good in Good jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall; Type: Ex-Library First US Printing. Hardcover Book in Very Good Condition with a Good Dust Jacket. A review and reconsideration of the main characteristics of England's participation in the cosmopolitan European civilization of the 18th century and the formation of English nationalism and of its effect on the 19th century. A scholarly look at a subject about which not much seems to have been written or studied. Retired from small library-minimal lib mks. 11 illustrations. Bookplate on paste-down. Clean, other than a few lib mks, clean, unmarked, tight, solid, square book. No board or jacket edgewear. Inner hinge slightly cracked. Interior is quite clean and text pages unmarked. Jacket is very clean with book tape that affixes jacket. 295 pages with Chapter Notes, Bibliography, and Index. 955 x 6.5 inches. 1987, St Martin's Press, New York, New York, USA.
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