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Mansfield Park - CIRCA 1875, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS FROM DRAWINGS BY LYDON

£200.00 Out Of Stock

Product description

Hardback. Green cloth bound. Spine, gilt decoration, gilt letters set inside gilt bands, bumped, chipped, split down either side, shelf-worn. Front-board, gilt banding, gilt letters and decoration, bumped shelf-worn. Backboard embossed decoration, bumped shelf-worn. All edges gilt, top edge stained. Used fair condition. Paste-down and end-paper missing, hinge cracked, flyleaf foxed. Back paste-down and end-paper, foxed, hinge cracked. Frontispiece, tissue, half title and title page foxed. Pages between 210 and 223 loose from the text block. A number of pages foxed.

Publisher: Groombridge and Sons, Circa 1875.

Mansfield Park is the third published novel by Jane Austen, first published in 1814 by Thomas Egerton. A second edition was published in 1816 by John Murray, still within Austen's lifetime. The novel did not receive any public reviews until 1821.

The novel tells the story of Fanny Price, starting when her overburdened family sends her at age ten to live in the household of her wealthy aunt and uncle and following her development into early adulthood. From early on critical interpretation has been diverse, differing particularly over the character of the heroine, Austen's views about theatrical performance and the centrality or otherwise of ordination and religion, and on the question of slavery.

Item details

Author(s):
Jane Austen
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
12 x 19
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
440
Publisher:
Groombridge and Sons, 1875
Title:
Mansfield Park.

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Hardback. Green cloth bound. Spine, gilt decoration, gilt letters set inside gilt bands, bumped, chipped, split down either side, shelf-worn. Front-board, gilt banding, gilt letters and decoration, bumped shelf-worn. Backboard embossed decoration, bumped shelf-worn. All edges gilt, top edge stained. Used fair condition. Paste-down and end-paper missing, hinge cracked, flyleaf foxed. Back paste-down and end-paper, foxed, hinge cracked. Frontispiece, tissue, half title and title page foxed. Pages between 210 and 223 loose from the text block. A number of pages foxed.

Publisher: Groombridge and Sons, Circa 1875.

Mansfield Park is the third published novel by Jane Austen, first published in 1814 by Thomas Egerton. A second edition was published in 1816 by John Murray, still within Austen's lifetime. The novel did not receive any public reviews until 1821.

The novel tells the story of Fanny Price, starting when her overburdened family sends her at age ten to live in the household of her wealthy aunt and uncle and following her development into early adulthood. From early on critical interpretation has been diverse, differing particularly over the character of the heroine, Austen's views about theatrical performance and the centrality or otherwise of ordination and religion, and on the question of slavery.

Author(s):
Jane Austen
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
12 x 19
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
440
Publisher:
Groombridge and Sons, 1875
Title:
Mansfield Park.

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