Fiction and Nonfiction Books Featuring Shakespeare, Verne and Emerson
|Title and Author/Editor:||Comedies (1965), Tragedies (1966), Tragedies & Poems (1965), Histories (William Shakespeare; edited by Peter Alexander, 1966), Round the World in Eighty Days (Jules Verne; introduction by G. B. Young, 1964), A Wanderer in London (E. V. Lucas, 1926), Essays: Second Series (R. W. Emerson, undated), The Destiny of Man: Viewed in the Light of His Origin (John Fiske), The Chronicles of Count Antonio (Anthony Hope [pseudonym of Anthony Hope Hawkins], 1895)|
|Genre:||Anthology, Action Adventure, Drama and Tragedy, Plays, Poetry|
|Binding:||Cloth on board|
|Publisher:||Collins, Methuen & Co., A. L. Burt, Houghton, Mifflin and Company, D. Appleton and Company|
|Period:||Late 19th/ Early 20th Century, Mid-20th Century|
|Place of Publication:||London, New York, Glasgow, Boston|
|Number of Books:||9|
- wear to covers with sunning, bumped corners, rubbed edges and soiling; cracked hinges to several volumes; graphite inscription to one endpaper; tanning, light foxing and fading to pages and edges; tight text block and clean pages.
- measures A Wanderer in London.