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Letters to Various Persons
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Letters to Various Persons

by THOREAU, Henry David [ Sophia Elizabeth Thoreau ]

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First Edition. Modern 3/4 leather binding, spine label, marbled boards. This copy nicely inscribed and signed by 'S. E. Thoreau', [Sophia Elizabeth], at front endpaper. Sophia's autograph is uncommonly rare. She did much of the editing of her brother's posthumous works and was a close companion and confidante of Henry's whilst he was alive. She belonged to Concords anti-slavery society, designed the frontis illustration to Walden, ran the family business and protected Henry's legacy after his death. This copy nicely rebound, staining to lower quarter of early and later pages, some nicking to front endpaper.
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A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers
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A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers

by THOREAU, Henry David

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Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1868. New and Revised Edition (the first Ticknor and Fields printing, but second edition overall). Original purple cloth, gilt lettering at spine, octavo. Thoreau's first book. BAL 20118, 1330 copies printed. An attractive Very Good or better example, cloth modestly faded at spine, but spine ends and corner cloth intact, inner and outer hinges firm.
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War and Peace. A Historical Novel
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War and Peace. A Historical Novel

by TOLSTOI, Count Leon ( Translated from the French by Clara Bell )

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New York: William S. Gottsberger, 1886. 1886 and 1887. Complete in 6 volumes. Four of the volumes (3 through 6) are first printings with the date of 1886 on title page, and "Press of William S. Gottsberger" at the bottom of the copyright page. Two volumes (1 and 2) are dated 1887 on the title page, and there is no Gottsberger imprint on the copyright page. 12 mo, original brown publisher's cloth stamped in black and gilt. Overall Very Good condition, with light to moderate shelf wear and evidence of damp stain to front cover of volume 5.
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Life on the Mississippi
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Life on the Mississippi

by TWAIN, Mark

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Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1883. First Edition, Mixed State. Large Octavo, 9 x 6 inches. Scarce in publications leather, 3/4 black leather over black pebbled cloth, gilt lettering and decorations at covers and spine, five raised bands, marbled edges, marbled end papers, more than 300 black and white illustrations, no flames at page 441, page 443 reading The St. Louis Hotel. 'Life on the Mississippi is at once a romantic history of a mighty river; an autobiographical account of Twain s early steamboat days; a storehouse of humorous anecdotes and sketches. It is the raw material from which Mark Twain wrote his finest novel-Huckleberry Finn. It is an epochal record of America s growth, a stirring remembrance of her vanished past. And it earned for its author his first recognition as a serious writer. [This is] a book to be ranked with Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn as one of the indisputably great works in the Twain canon. a book that measures the American future by the boundaries of the… Read More
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