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Novels- Mary Ward Books



Novels Used Books - Here are the latest additions to the Novels category of the Mary Ward Used Books catalogue



 



The Present and the Past (Modern Classics S ) by Compton-Burnett, I.

2016-11-23

Comments: clean and very good . Format:Penuin Modern Classics: Paperback. Pages: 176.



Ulysses by James Joyce

2016-06-27

718 pages. Cover corner creased . ink inscription to title page.



War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy

2015-11-25

Everymans library 1992: first of this Everymans Library No. 96 translated edition: three volume set: burgundy cloth hardcovers with gilt lettering on black to mid spines : black and white dust jackets: approximately 5 x 8.25 inches tall: red ribbon markers: Black and white maps. Synopsis: Translated from the Russian by Louise and Aylmer Maude, this Everymans Library edition of Nikolaevich Tolstoys War and Peace(begun by the author at the age of 35 in 1863,) is arranged as follows:- Volume One : 537 pages (Introduction. Select bibliography. Chronology. Principal characters. Table of dates. Maps. Book 1, parts one, two and three. Book 2, parts one and two.) Volume 2: 537 pages ( Book 2, parts three, four, and five. Book 3, parts one and two.) Volume Three : 541 pages. (Book 3, parts three. Book 4, parts one, two , three and four. First epilogue. Second epilogue. Appendix- Leo Tolstoy: Some words about War and Peace). Condition: overall very clean and good/not far from new.



Emma by Jane Austin David Lodge

2015-11-22

Oxford University Press 1971: hardcover in dust jacket: approximately 5.2 x 8.2 inches tall: 446 pages. Synopsis: One of the Oxford English novel series based on the earliest authoritative edition, incorporating later additions and corrections made by the author, edited by an authority in the field, and containing a short critical introduction, a note on the text used, a chronological table, a select bibliography, and short explanatory notes. Condition: overall very clean and good



The Key to Rebecca by Follett, Ken

2014-09-20

Synopsis: A thriller set in North Africa in the summer of 1942, during Rommels campaign against the British, which tells of the story of Alex Wolff, a master spy who crosses the desert and enters the streets of wartime Cairo, with a mission to steal British military plans and despatch them to Rommel. From the author of EYE OF THE NEEDLE.Comments: very clean and good - and immediately available .Corgi books paperback 1987- 341 pages paperback 400 pages. Format: Paperback. Pages: 352.



Middlemarch by George Elliot . Edited by Rosemary Ashton

2014-02-27

852 pages. Condition; very clean and good



Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe J. Donald Crowley

2013-10-15

Oxford University Press 1972: hardcover in dust jacket: approximately 5.2 x 8.2 inches tall: 316 pages. Synopsis: One of the Oxford English novel series based on the earliest authoritative edition, incorporating later additions and corrections made by the author, edited by an authority in the field, and containing a short critical introduction, a note on the text used, a chronological table, a select bibliography, and short explanatory notes. Condition: upper front dustjacket slightly creased : overall very clean and good



The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner by James Hogg John Carey

2013-08-13

Oxford University Press 1969: hardcover in dust jacket: approximately 5.2 x 8.2 inches tall: 262 pages. Synopsis: One of the Oxford English novel series based on the earliest authoritative edition, incorporating later additions and corrections made by the author, edited by an authority in the field, and containing a short critical introduction, a note on the text used, a chronological table, a select bibliography, and short explanatory notes. Condition: dustjacket slightly stressed: overall very clean and good



Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and and Through the Looking Glass illustrations by Sir John Tenniel by Lewis Carroll Roger Lancslyn Green

2013-08-13

Oxford University Press 1971: hardcover in dust jacket: approximately 5.2 x 8.2 inches tall: 277 pages. Synopsis: One of the Oxford English Novel series based on the earliest authoritative edition, incorporating later additions and corrections made by the author, edited by an authority in the field, and containing a short critical introduction, a note on the text used, a chronological table, a select bibliography, and short explanatory notes. Condition: overall very clean and good



Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus by Mary W. Shelley M. K. Joseph

2013-08-13

Oxford University Press 1969: hardcover in dust jacket: approximately 5.2 x 8.2 inches tall: 241 pages. Synopsis: One of the Oxford English novel series based on the earliest authoritative edition, incorporating later additions and corrections made by the author, edited by an authority in the field, and containing a short critical introduction, a note on the text used, a chronological table, a select bibliography, and short explanatory notes. Condition: overall very clean and good



Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell

2013-08-13

Oxford University press 1972: hardcover in dust jacket: approximately 5 by 8.25 inches tall: 200 pages. Synopsis: One of the Oxford English Novel series based on the earliest authoritative edition, incorporating later additions and corrections made by the author, edited by an authority in the field, and containing a short critical introduction, a note on the text used, a chronological table, a select bibliography, and short explanatory notes. Condition: slight creasing to front cover: overall very clean and good



The Cloister and the Hearth A tale of the Middle Ages by Charles Reade

2012-12-17

J M Dent and Co., Everyman's Library edition: red leather softcover with rounded corners and gilt decoration to front and spine: undated but believed circa 1910-1920: gilt lettering to spine: decorative endpapers: ribbon bookmarker: 701 pages with gilt to upper edge. Condition: small separation upper endpaper hinge: decorative bookplate printed M M PAUL: overall very clean, firm and good



G52 ULYSSES by James Joyce

2012-12-13

Comments: 1961 Modern Library hard back in dust cover 783 pages -andquot;complete and unabridgedandquot; Students copy. copious notes and underlinings. -ownership inscription - binding a little slack.



Novels of High Society from the Victorian age by Anthony Powell

2012-11-30

Pilot Press, 1947 first edition: red cloth hardcover with black lettering and line declaration to front and spine: approximately 14 x 5.5 x 21.5 cm tall: 819 pages. Synopsis: A trilogy of Victorian novels introduced by Anthony Powell. The three novels selected are Henrietta Temple by Benjamin Disraeli, Guy Livingstone by G A Lawrence and Moths by Ouida (Louise Rame) , and were chosen by Anthony Powell because he believed their authors to be of unusual talent employing 'absorbing theme, acute psychology, and workmanlike narration' in the depiction of 'a dignified and mature civilisation, though often in its most unattractive form. Condition: no dust jacket: slight marking and bumping to cover: paper tanned: overall very clean, firm and good