Item #65845 Jacob's Room. Virginia WOOLF.
Jacob's Room
Jacob's Room

Jacob's Room

London: The Hogarth Press. 1949. [Modern Literature] UNIFORM EDITION, seventh impression. Octavo (19 x 13cm), pp.176. Publisher's turquoise cloth lettered in gilt to spine, typographic dust-jacket with printed price of 7/6 to spine and front flap. Top edge green. Previous owner's name and date in green ink to verso of flyleaf, light toning and spotting to edges of textblock, rolling to spine and discolouration of cloth to crown and base,dulling of spine gilt, tearing/chipping to crown of jacket spine, some soiling and toning to jacket. Very good. 'Jacob's Room' is Woolf's third novel, concerning the life story of the protagonist Jacob Flanders. The book is a departure from Woolf's earlier two novels, 'The Voyage Out' (1915) and 'Night and Day' (1919), which are more conventional in form. 'Jacob's Room' is seen as an important modernist text; its experimental form viewed as a progression of the innovative writing style Woolf presented in her earlier collection of short fiction entitled 'Monday or Tuesday' (1919). Item #65845

Price: £48.00

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