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Webster, John (1580?-1625?) (DNB00)
Humor - Multiple authors. Poetry - Multiple authors. Science - Multiple authors. Science Naturalists - Multiple authors. Science Explorers - Multiple authors. Science Earth - Multiple authors. Science Health - Multiple authors. Science Mind - Multiple authors. Autobiography - Multiple authors. Fiction - Multiple authors. Fiction - Multiple authors - Includes a Authors' index for all 44 volumes in the back of the book.
A hard-to-find complete 44 volume set that is a must-have for the collector or for display!
Weight in Kg appr. MW Books Professional seller. Limited : London. Book, A first thus omnibus edition copy of this fascinating collection of works by the renowned English critic of art, architecture, and society John Ruskin; rebound in an attractive half crushed morocco binding. From the 'Library of English Classics'. Featuring a preface by the renowned English bibliographer, Alfred W. Condition: Rebound in a half crushed morocco binding, with cloth over boards and marbled endpapers.
Externally excellent, with only minor shelf wear to extremities and slight fading to spine, as expected with this colour binding. Slight offsetting to extremities of endpapers, with the odd light scattered spot.follow site
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Internally firmly bound. Pages bright with scattered spotting, heavier to fore edge. Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed. Very Good. Rooke Books Professional seller. London Publisher's original stone grey paper wrap covers with black title and author lettering to the spine and front cover. Contains [iv] 52 printed pages of text. Just a little creasing to the over lapping edges of the cover, without any ownership markings and in Very Good condition, no dust wrapper as published. John Murray, , However the contents are clean, unmarked and complete..
Contains 22 pp obituary of John Ruskin. London, Hesperus. Card covers in excellent condition. Clarendon Books P. Professional seller. The Night Before Christmas. The King of the Golden River. Goblin Market. The Pied Piper of Hamelin. Philadelphia: J. Lippincott Co. The Night before Christmas.
Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. First American trade edition. With four color plates included in pagination and seventeen drawings in black and white.
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Printed in red and black. Publisher's green cloth with colored pictorial label of Santa Claus on front cover, pictorial end-papers printed in red. Original colored pictorial dust jacket depicting the plate "The children were nestled all snug in their beds. With four color plates and fifteen drawings in black and white. Publisher's orange cloth with colored pictorial label of The King and a spray of foliage on front cover, pictorial end-papers printed in green.
Original colored pictorial dust jacket depicting the plate "Before Gluck stood his old acquaintance, the King of the Golden River. With four color plates and nineteen drawings in black and white. Printed in green and black. Publisher's red cloth with pictorial panel pasted to the cover with the same design as used on the first UK edition, pictorial end-papers printed in green. Original colored pictorial dust jacket depicting the plate "White and golden Lizzie stood.
With four color plates and fourteen drawings in black and white. Printed in tan and black. Publisher's red cloth with pictorial panel pasted to the cover with the same design as used on the first UK edition, pictorial end-papers printed in tan. Original colored pictorial dust jacket depicting the plate "From street to street he piped advancing". Small postage stamp and neat ink presentation at top right hand corner of half-title. A near fine copy, dust jacket very lightly chipped at extremities.
An excellent set of the first American trade editions, all with their original color pictorial dust jackets. Riall, pp.
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Catalogue: Children's Books. First trade edition. Four color plates and fifteen drawings in black and white. Original color pictorial wrappers. Pictorial endpapers in green and white. Covers a little bit foxed. A very good copy. In the original color pictorial dust jacket with spine mildly soiled. John Ruskin , "English author and artist, whose The King of the Golden River might be regarded as the first English fairy story for children. Though it was not published until , seven years after Francis Paget's The Hope of the Katzekopfs, it was in fact written in for year-old Effie Gray, whom he later married.
It is a story of the three brothers of tradition, two bad, the youngest good, and their reception of a supernatural visitor, the South West Wind.
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Ruskin described it himself as 'a fairly good imitation of Grimm and Dickens, mixed with some true Alpine feeling of my own', but the South West Wind is a powerful and original character, described by Stephen Prickett [in Victorian Fantasy ] as the 'first magical personage to show that combination of kindliness and eccentric irascibility that was to appear so strongly in a whole tradition of subsequent literature'.
Richard Doyle, who illustrated the original edition, made a striking drawing of him. Edgar Taylor's translation of the Grimms' stories with illustrations by George Cruikshank was published in ; in Praeterita Ruskin recorded how he had copied these when he was 10 or The book was reissued in with an introduction by Ruskin in which he spoke of the value of the traditional tales, with their power 'to fortify children against the glacial cold of selfish science'-a sentiment which lies at the heart of his own story" The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales.
Latimore and Haskell, p. Riall, p. Catalogue: English Literature.