Very Good. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. Wadsworth Collection. This protest novel follows the life and vicissitudes of Uncle Tom, a high-minded negro, and portrays the basic humanity of an enslaved black people and the moral evil of their enslavement. Uncle Tom remains a lovable and almost saintly figure despite his treatment.
Good- Book 3rd edition. author's edition. Blue blind impressed decorated boards with gilt illustration of man just about to whip a "slave". Gilt tiles and illustration to spine."With forty illustrations" but i can only count 38. Couple of small tears/rubbing to head of spine. Corners bumped. Inscription to front endpaper. Some cracks to spine but no pages appear losse just a little shaken. 380pp.
Fair. No dust jacket. 1852. 329 pages. No dust jacket. Dark brown cloth boards with gilt lettering. Pages are slightly yellowed with heavy cracking to hinges exposing netting causing front board and spine to be loose. Moderate foxing throughout and scuffing to the text block edge, noticeable thumb prints included. Binding is limp with moderate corner bumping and light staining to boards. Spine has light scuffing to the ends. World of Rare Books Item ref. 1474269248CEB (Use this ID when enquiring about this item. )
Very Good + 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Early printing of the C.H. Clarke edition. VG+, very clean and tight with sound original blue binding. Gold stamped navy cloth, gilt edges. xii, 380 pages with forty illustrations. Contains a double frontis, includes a 5 page preface signed by G, and there are no ads in rear.
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