Item #65647 Emma. Jane AUSTEN.
Emma.
Emma.

Emma.

London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, [no date] c.1945. [Classic Literature] NELSON CLASSICS EDITION. Octavo (17 x 12cm), pp.[4]; 440; [6], publisher's advertisements. Publisher's cream cloth lettered in gilt to spine, illustrative dust-jacket with printed price of 1/6 to front flap. Top edge green. Some spotting and toning to edges of textblock, sunning and rolling to spine, small mark to lower board, chipping to dust-jacket edges especially on the spine, sunning to backstrip. Very good. Nelson Classics began in 1903 with the aim of offering 'value without precedent'. For many book lovers, it became possible to own the books they desired on a significantly smaller budget. The publisher quotes A.C. Bradley on the dust-jacket stating that 'Emma is the most vivacious of Jane Austen's later novels, and with some readers the first favourite.' Although some eighty years later, this still resonates today with many readers remaining captivated by Austen's most brazen and self-confident heroine, Emma Woodhouse. Item #65647

Price: £75.00

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