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Lara: A Tale / Jacqueline: A Tale

Lara: A Tale / Jacqueline: A Tale

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Lara: A Tale / Jacqueline: A Tale

by George Gordon Lord Byron & Samuel Rogers

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Lara: A Tale by George Gordon Byron + Jacqueline: A Tale by Samuel Rogers, Published by Eastburn, Kirk & Co., 1814, Leatherbound, 136 pages, 5.5 x 3.0 Inches, First U.S. Edition ----- "Lara, a Tale" written May 14 - June 14 by Lord Byron and published anonymously in the summer sold 6,000 copies by early August. It was published together with "Jacqueline, a Tale" by Samuel Rogers. The two titles were first published together in London in 1814, followed by New York and Boston editions the same year. ----- Very Good+ Antiquarian Condition. The book is clean, covers attached, secure yet fragile binding, "A gift of friendship" inscribed and dedicated on front end-page, otherwise unmarked, no internal writing or notes, no ripped pages, no edge chipping. Some visible surface and edge wear from age, use, storage and handling. Light rubbing to the outer boards and edges, mild age spotting to the inner pages. Free USA Shipping

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Bookseller
BanditBooks US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
637
Title
Lara: A Tale / Jacqueline: A Tale
Author
George Gordon Lord Byron & Samuel Rogers
Format/Binding
Full Leather
Book Condition
Used - Very Good+
Quantity Available
1
Edition
1st U.S. Edition
Publisher
Eastburn, Kirk & Co.
Place of Publication
New York
Date Published
1814
Pages
136
Weight
0.00 lbs
Keywords
Lara, A Tale, Lord Byron, George Gordon Byron, Jacqueline, Samuel Rogers, Eastburn Kirk, Poetry, English Literature
Bookseller catalogs
Antiquarian & Collectible; Fine Binding; Literature & Fiction; Poetry;

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