1919 Night and Day
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First Edition, Rebound
The first edition.
A smartly rebound copy.
One leaf of adverts to the rear.
Half-title is present.
Woolf's second novel, set in Edwardian London, the work tells the story of two acquaintances, Katharine Hilbery and Mary Datchet. The novel deals with issues of love and happiness, and also the topical discussion of women's suffrage.
Written by the Bloomsbury author Virginia Woolf, a central figure of the literary group, herself known for her experimental writings and affair with fellow author Vita Sackville-West.
Rebound in a smart cloth binding. Externally, with light rubbing and a little discolouration to the boards and spine. Faint tide mark to the front board. Minor bumping to the extremities. Front hinge is starting a little but remains firm. Very small chip to the head of the front joint. Internally, firmly bound, generally firmly bound only between pages 240 and 241. Pages are bright and clean with the occasional spot to the first and last few pages. Title page is worn with a couple of small chips to the gutter, and lifting to the head and tail. Very small chip to the bottom edge of pages 1-6, larger chip to page 3/4, never affecting text.
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