Very Good. 0820302813 Packaged carefully to protect the corners...Fine-/Fine minus in Mylar DJ, Previous owner's signature, jacket taped to the book at four places on edge of flaps. Otherwise a Fine, clean, tight copy. (Edition: First Edition)
Fine w/very good dustjacket (hardcover) 239pp. ISBN 0820302813 These original essays range in subject from the beginnings of the English novel as a genre in the 1740s to it fullest development in the early twentieth century. They deal with most of the indisputably major British novelists, illustrating a wide variety of critical responses and strategies--historical, technical, linguistic, generic, psychological, biographical, and epistemological.
Very Good. *WARMLY INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY AUTHOR-1ST EDITION* SCARCE LARGER HARDCOVER BOOK IN DUST JACKET. NO WRITING OR MARKINGS IN TEXT. ALMOST NO WEAR TO COVER. SOME WEAR & FRAYING TO DUST JACKET. A CLEAN & SOLID BOOK.
Very Good + in Very Good jacket. Clean text, sound binding. VG+ in VG dust jacket with few small dj edge chips and tears. Wear to bottom corner of front cover. Neat name and address stamp on free endpaper.
Hardcover; VG condition; (shelf G34); name inside; PRINTED TEXT LOOKS UNREAD; light shelfwear; (shelf G34); 239 pages; "The history of the British novel is the record of rich and diverse human experience";
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