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Two slip cases, outer slip case has spine label. 2 volumes complete. Ex-library (no external markings). Limited to 438 copies. Illustrations. Gilt page tops. Page sides and bottoms uncut. Book plate front end paper both volumes. Denver Public Library slip affixed to front end papers both volumes. 329 and 270 pages. Introduction and Notes by Henry H. Harper. From Harper's introduction: "Although Joseph Andrews holds the title role, the misadventures, the homely philosophy and the native simplicity of his companion Parson Adams are the features that have most endeared the book to the successive generations of readers. Under Fielding's magic touch Parson Adams became one of the best known characters in all literature -- always getting into embarrassing scrapes, and always managing somehow, by the timely intervention of destiny, philosophy, good luck, or Fielding's ingenuity, to get out of them."
Title: The Adventures of Joseph Andrews
Illustrator: Jones, Haydon
Publisher: Printed for Members of The Bibliophile Society. Boston. 1931.: 1931
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 128
Keywords: ENGLISH LITERATURE. BIBLIOPHILE SOCIETY. FICTION. RISQUE TALES. HUMOR. LITERARY WORKS.