Item #65276 The Common Reader First Series and The Common Reader Second Series. Virginia WOOLF.
The Common Reader First Series and The Common Reader Second Series.
The Common Reader First Series and The Common Reader Second Series.
The Common Reader First Series and The Common Reader Second Series.

The Common Reader First Series and The Common Reader Second Series.

London: Hogarth Press, 1948. [Literature] UNIFORM EDITION, seventh impression, fifth impression. Two volumes uniformly bound. Octavo (19 x 13cm), pp.305; [1]. pp. 207; [2]. Publisher's bright teal cloth lettered in gilt to spine with typographic dust-jacket priced at 7s 6d to front flap and spine. [Vol I] Pencil margin marks in some essays, toning to edges of textblock and light spotting to top edge, S. Wroath and Son's bookseller's sticker front paste-down, discolouration to crown of cloth and base of spine, sunning to dust-jacket spine. Very good. [Vol II] Toning and light spotting to top edge of textblock, S. Wroath and Son's bookseller's sticker front paste-down, sunning and discolouration to publisher's cloth, rolling to spine, sunning to dust-jacket spine. Very good. 'The Common Reader' is a collection of classic essays by Virginia Woolf exploring subjects such as Jane Austen, 'Wuthering Heights', George Eliot, Mary Wollstonecraft and Dorothy Wordsworth. The essays are aimed at the common reader, and they highlight the impressive talent of Woolf demonstrating her expanse of knowledge and stylistic variety; The prose here is vastly different from her modernist style for which she is best known. Item #65276

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