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First Edition Thus; First Printing. Very Good in boards. Spine is slightly cocked. Owner name to half title page. One-volume first edition published in London, but a proper second edition of 3, copies published in June , following the issue, two-volume edition. Very good to fine.
First Edition. Very Good. Blue cloth, gilt-stamped lettering on spine, ornately gilt-stamped border at head of spine and along top edge of front board; 12mo; pp. Cloth rubbed and a touch faded on upper board; spine tips and corners bumped and a little frayed; tiny snag in the cloth on front board; ownership signature on verso of FFEP, otherwise internally bright and clean. London and New York: Macmillan and Co, Second edition, American issue.
Like many of James' novels, "The Reverberator" chronicles the adventures and misadventures of American innocents abroad. It opens with the visit to Paris of two young sisters who give an unfortunately forthright interview to a reporter working for "The Reverberator. Henry James is one of the greatest of American writers, and his literary techniques continue to be influential.
Born in New York, the son of a theologian and brother of the well-known philosopher William James, he was educated at Harvard and in Europe. The interplay of American and European values and attitudes is the theme of many of his complex and thoughtful novels. He eventually settled in London, where he became a British citizen shortly before his death.. Publisher's original blue cloth with gilt titling and decoration. Half title with ink ownership inscription, "Kate D. Wilson, Jan.
James Hart, Baltimore, 26 Feb. Spine slightly rolled, tiny snag at top of backstrip and one at bottom, light rubbing to small portions of the joints and extremities, but still a nearly fine copy, the cloth and gilt especially bright, the hinges solid, and the text with virtually no signs of use. He eventually settled in London, where he became a British citizen shortly before his death. Seller: Phillip J. Ships with Tracking Number! May not contain Access Codes or Supplements.
May be ex-library. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! The Reverberator Henry James Cambridge University Press. London and New York: Macmillan, Dark blue cloth ruled in blind, lettered and decorated in gilt, black endpapers.
A little leaned, page edges yellowed, nick and minor rubbing to spine ends and outer corners, else fine and bright, inner hinges not cracked. BAL First US issue. Gilt decorated blue cloth, first single volume edition, issued the same month as the London two volume edition. This copy from the library of Mary Cadwalader Jones , mother of renowned landscape architect Beatrix Farrand. The verso of the front free endpaper is initialed "M. July, " and Beatrix Farrand's bookplate is affixed to the front pastedown endpaper. Jones and Farrand were long time friends and correspondents with the author.
James' letters to Jones now reside in the Harvard University Library. First US edition.
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Top edge dusty, mild scuffing to covers, light wear to spine ends, gift inscription to half-title page, else about very good. Original gilt decorated blue cloth, octavo, pp. The London edition was published earlier the same year. BAL noting 2 different sheet sizes, this the larger of the two. Seller: Chanticleer Books Published: Condition: Top edge dusty, mild scuffing to covers, light wear to spine ends, gift inscription to half-title page, else about very goo Edition: First US edition.
The Reverberator. NY: Grove Press, .. First edition, limited edition.. Spine sunned, else near fine in paper-covered boards with gilt-lettered cloth spine. No dust jacket. One of numbered copies. Introductory note by Simon Nowell-Smith. An uncommon issue of this early Grove title. Edition: First edition, limited edition. Second Ed. Publisher's Cloth, Gilt. According to the new James bibliography by David J. Supino, "Henry James: A Bibliographical Catalogue of a Collection of Editions to ", published Spring that substantially expands and amends Edel and Laurence, this copy is the second edition, American issue, variant A, as follows: "Binding: blue-diagonal-fine-ribbed cloth.
The front cover is decorated with elaborate frieze design in gilt at the top and three rules in blind at bottom. The back cover is decorated with four rules in blind across top and three rules in blind across bottom. The 'o' in 'Co. The endpapers are of black coated paper, and the text is printed on wove paper.
All edges are trimmed. Others have noted these dimensional differences, although Edel and Laurence do not identify variants: the Supino bibliography is the first to do so. A very well preserved copy in near fine condition. London: Macmillan, First one volume edition. MacMillan and Co. Octavo, pp Publisher's blue cloth, trimmed in gilt, coated black endpapers.
Very good. Seller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books. Second Edi. According to a new James bibliography by David J.