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Community Reviews. Showing Clean and bright text; pages, with a bibliography and an index of first lines. There is a bump to the front corner that shows as a crease, else this would be a Near Fine copy. Previous-owner signature on the FFEP. The tan dustwrapper is complete; two chips to the head of the spine, which is a bit darkened.
In an archival plastic protector. Forrester, Arthur M. An Irish Crazy-Quilt. Arthur M. Forrester , from a family of Irish working-class poets, published with his mother Ellen ? His work is now uncommon; the LOC holds this title electronically. Green cloth binding with gilt lettering.
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Bumped, and rubbed at the margins, but not badly. Some very tiny speckles that may be paint scattered on spine. Froude, J. James Anthony Froude , is better known as a rather polemical historian, generally regarded as an apologist for British Imperialism.
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Certainly, he was unsympathetic to the Irish, which renders this novel rather interesting in itself. Quercus notes that many Nineteenth Century historians also wrote novels; perhaps a person of letters was expected to excell at both subjects. Green cloth binding with beveled edges; titling on spine and front cover in gilt. Clean text, although with scattered spotted throughout; pages, with a 16 page catalog in the rear.
There is a contemporary previous-owner signature on the FFEP. Top edge a bit dusty and with a slight lean; torn-off paper label near foot of spine. A solid and attractive copy.. Goldsmith, Dr. Although "The Vicar" is classic English literature, Ireland claims its author as one of their own.
Goldsmith's friend Samuel Johnson arranged for its initial publication, yielding sixty pounds to the destitute author. It became immensely popular as a "sentimental" novel, though Quercus tends to the Celtic view that it is rather exquisite satire. Full leather binding; gilt ruling on the spine, with a red spine label. The text is exceptionally bright and supple. There is a contemporary previous-owner signature at the top of the Title Page.
Mild bumping; the smooth calf remains nicely polished.
Evidently the good Doctor made up what he could not plagiarize, and is "now considered worthless and unreadable" from Wikipedia. Quercus begs to differ, and offers that for an Irishman, facts have never gotten in the way of a good story! Full leather binding, that is a lovely light tan, with gilt banding on the spine. The text is clean and supple, a delight to browse. Many illustrations.
Griffin, Walton called Oliver Goldsmith an "inspired idiot," certainly the greatest example of damning with faint praise that Quercus can think of. This is a Near Fine copy of the First Edition. Extremely scarce; held by Trinity College Dublin only. Clean text; 76 pages; very bright and supple, a delight to read. This copy has been rebound in maroon pebbled leather with four bands on the spine.
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Lightly rubbed, and with a small ownership sticker on the rear paste-down. Crissy, This is a Very Good copy; full leather binding, raised bands on the spine, lettered "Goldsmith's Works' in still-bright gilt. Rubbed a bit, age-darkened a bit, worn at the tips, but still handsome. Marbled endpapers; four previous-owner signatures and a stamp, no other marking. Moderately foxed.