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The Book of Snobs By One of Themselves

Thackery William Makepeace

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ISBN 10: 1425002609 / ISBN 13: 9781425002602
Published by Objective Systems Pty Ltd, United States, 2006
Used Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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360 pp., lg 8vo. Paperback. Slight edgewear, scuffing & soiling to covers. Some wrinkling to joints & spine. Slight soiling & denting to textblock edges. Pgs clean & crisp. Large type edition (16pt Bold). Bookseller Inventory # 152739

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Title: The Book of Snobs By One of Themselves

Publisher: Objective Systems Pty Ltd, United States

Publication Date: 2006

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

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An amazing book penned with masterly skills by William Makepeace Thackeray. It explores various kinds of English snobs including the military snob and the country snob in a humorous and satirical manner. The author has unique and eloquent writing style which makes the book highly captivating and worth reading.

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Acclaimed English wit, author, and one of the most distinguished advocates of the 19th-century realistic novel. Thackeray is particularly reminisced for his deftly witty and sardonic depictions of the middle and upper classes of his time.

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