By Charles Lamb; Alfred Ainger
London   Macmillan and Co., Limited
9.5" by 6" [4], v-xxviii, 332, [1]; [4], v-xiii, [1], 267, [1]; [4], v-xxvii, [1], 298, [1]; [4], v-vi, 269, [1]; [4], v-xv, [1], 298, [1]; [4], v-vii, [1], 270, [1]; [4], v-xxi, [1], 414, [1]; [4], v-xi, [1], 231, [1]; [4], v-xxxv, [1], 250, [1]; [4], v-xi, [1], 27
A limited edition de luxe of the various works of Charles Lamb, edited with notes throughout by Alfred Ainger.
By Charles Lamb; Alfred Ainger

1899-1900 The Life and Works of Charles Lamb

London   Macmillan and Co., Limited
9.5" by 6" [4], v-xxviii, 332, [1]; [4], v-xiii, [1], 267, [1]; [4], v-xxvii, [1], 298, [1]; [4], v-vi, 269, [1]; [4], v-xv, [1], 298, [1]; [4], v-vii, [1], 270, [1]; [4], v-xxi, [1], 414, [1]; [4], v-xi, [1], 231, [1]; [4], v-xxxv, [1], 250, [1]; [4], v-xi, [1], 27
A limited edition de luxe of the various works of Charles Lamb, edited with notes throughout by Alfred Ainger.
Special Price £240.00 Regular Price £300.00
: 15kgs / : 765P15

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Description

Illustrated, Limited Edition, Publishers' Original Binding

A limited edition work, limited to six hundred and seventy-five copies.

Complete in twelve volumes.

The works of Charles Lamb.

Charles Lamb was a popular antiquarian and essayist, known for his work 'Tales from Shakespeare', which he co-authored with his sister.

Volume I, 'The Essays of Elia'.

Volume II, 'The Last Essays of Elia'.

Volume III, 'Poems, Plays, and Miscellaneous Essays', Volume I.

Volume IV, 'Poems, Plays, and Miscellaneous Essays', Volume II.

Volume V, 'Mrs. Leicester's School and Other Writings in Prose and Verse', Volume I.

Volume VI, 'Mrs. Leicester's School and Other Writings in Prose and Verse', Volume II.

Volume VII, 'Tales From Shakespeare'.

Volume VIII, 'Charles Lamb' by Alfred Ainger, illustrated with a frontispiece.

Volume IX, 'Letters', Volume I.

Volume X, 'Letters', Volume II.

Volume XI, 'Letters', Volume III.

Volume XII, 'Letters', Volume IV.

Bookplate of the barrister Archer Ryland to the front pastedowns.

Bookseller's label to the front pastedowns.

With introductions and notes by Alfred Ainger.

Condition

In the original publisher's cloth binding. Externally, generally smart. Bumping to the head and tail of the spines and to the extremities, resulting in some loss to the spines, a little heavier to Volume I. Spines are lightly discoloured. Minor marks to the boards and spines. Rear board of Volumes I, III, and IV are lightly faded. Bump to the rear board of Volume XI. Occasional spots to the fore edges. Bookplate and bookseller's label to the front pastedowns. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and generally clean with some spots.

Very Good

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