By William Thackeray
London   Smith Elder and Co.
8" by 5.5"; xii, 672pp; xii, 744pp; viii, 776pp; x, 667pp; xii, 770pp; ix, 622pp; xii, 706pp; xii, 627pp; xi, 643pp; ix, 632pp; xii, 688pp; xii, 628pp; viii, 328pp
The complete works of William Thackeray in thirteen volumes.
By William Thackeray

1893 The Works of William Thackeray In Thirteen Volumes

London   Smith Elder and Co.
8" by 5.5"; xii, 672pp; xii, 744pp; viii, 776pp; x, 667pp; xii, 770pp; ix, 622pp; xii, 706pp; xii, 627pp; xi, 643pp; ix, 632pp; xii, 688pp; xii, 628pp; viii, 328pp
The complete works of William Thackeray in thirteen volumes.
£750.00
: 10kgs / : SET57-D-1

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Illustrated, with a frontispiece to all volumes. Volume XIII, The Christmas Books has a total of 73 plates, including the frontispiece. The volumes are as follows: Volume I : Vanity Fair Volume II: The History of Pendennis Volume III : The Newcomes Volume IV: The History of Henry Esmond and The Memoirs of Barry Lyndon Volume V: The Virginians A Tale of The Last Century Volume VI: The Adventures of Philip on His Way Through The World Volume VII: The Paris Sketch Book, The Irish Sketch Book and Notes of a Journey From Cornhill to Grand Cairo Volume VIII: The History of Samuel Titmarsh and the Great Hoggarty Diamond; Memoirs of Mr C J Yellowplush; And Burlesques Volume IX: The Books of Snobs, Sketches of Life and Character etc Volume X: Roundabout Papers, The Four Georges, The English Humourists, The Second Funeral of Napoleon Volume XI: Catherine, Lovel the Widower, Denis Duval, Ballads etc. Volume XII: Miscellaneous Essays, Sketches and Reviews, Contributions to Punch. Volume XIII: The Christmas Books of Mr M A Titmarsh Collated, complete. William Makepeace Thackeray was famous for his satirical works. Vanity Fair brought Thackeray his fame and is a panoramic portrait of English society. His earliest works were written under pseudonyms such as Charles James Yellowplush, Michael Angelo Titmarsh and George Savage Fitz-Boodle. His parodies and satire tended towards attacks on high society, military prowess, the institution of marriage and hypocrisy. During the Victorian era Thackeray was ranked second only to Charles Dickens.

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Uniformly bound in half morocco bindings. Externally, very smart with rubbing to the spines and extremities. Fading to spines also. Volume IX is particularly rubbed to the spine. Bookseller's blind stamp, City Book Mart , Newcastle on Tyne to rear endpaper of all volumes. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are very bright and generally clean with the odd spot to endpapers.

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