Works by Ellen Glasgow (Twelve Volumes; Virginia Edition)

By: Glasgow, Ellen

Price: $375.00

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Book Condition: Fine


No. 480 of 810 sets printed. Virginia Edition. Twelve volumes, complete. First volume is signed by author under the colophon. Original publisher's red cloth binding with white spine and blue slipcase. Each volume has a black and white photograph (including a couple portraits of the author) or woodblock print before the title page. Each volume measures 6 1/2" x 9 3/4"; each slipcase measures 6 5/8" x 10 1/8." Top edges gilt. Deckle edges. Gilt floral decoration on front cover. Gilt lettering on brown leather label. Pages are from The Scribner Press (The Scribner Press watermark is visible on some of them). All volumes have very clean pages and covers and tight binding. All pages complete for each volume. Barren Ground (Volume One): 451 pages; The Miller of Old Church (Volume Two): 336 pages; Vein of Iron (Volume Three): 395 pages; The Sheltered Life (Volume Four): 292 pages; The Romantic Comedian (Volume Five): 237 pages; They Stooped to Folly (Volume Six): 304 pages; The Battle Ground (Volume Seven): 387 pages; The Deliverance (Volume Eight): 398 pages; Virginia (Volume Nine): 409 pages; The Voice of the People (Volume Ten): 325 pages; Romance of a Plain Man (Volume Eleven): 364 pages; Life and Gabriella (Volume Twelve): 420 pages. Ellen Glasgow (1873-1945) was an American novelist whose writings focused on the changing world of contemporary Southern life. Each volume has a preface by Glasgow.

Title: Works by Ellen Glasgow (Twelve Volumes; Virginia Edition)

Author Name: Glasgow, Ellen

Categories: Literature, U.S. History,

Edition: 1st Collected Edition

Publisher: New York, Charles Scribner's Sons: 1938

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Type: Book

Seller ID: 019212

Keywords: Anthology. Fiction. South. Southern life. Nineteenth century. 19th century. Twentieth century. 20th century. Virginia edition. Scribner Press. SG-6.,