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Trollope Anthony

Published by Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig (1861)

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About this Item: Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig, 1861. Condition: Good. Quarter leather boards with decorative pattern to front/rear. Some rubbing to the leather at spine/corners. Internally quite clean with light toning throughout with some foxing to front/rear pages. Gilt to page ends. Owner name to front blank page. Seller Inventory # 9999-9991663504

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Trollope Anthony

Published by Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig (1861)

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About this Item: Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig, 1861. Condition: Good. 1861. 356 pages. No dust jacket. Quarter leather bound with mauve boards. Light tanning and foxing to text pages with mild tanning and foxing to endpapers and text edges. Front paste-down is missing a corner. Inscription to front endpaper. Small bumps to corners. Few dog eared corners. Finger marks to page edges. Slight lean to spine. Noticeable bumping,rubbing and scuffing to spine ends and to corners with rubbing, scuffing and wear along edges and over surfaces. A few marks to front and rear boards. Bumps to boards edges. Small bumps to corners. Seller Inventory # 1507840403DPB

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Framley Parsonage.: TROLLOPE, Anthony.

TROLLOPE, Anthony.

Published by Smith, Elder and Co., London (1860)

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About this Item: Smith, Elder and Co., London, 1860. 8vo. "Framley Parsonage" comprises 373 pages and 6 copper engravings. This is the first 3 volumes of the Cornhill Magazine, complete, and containing the above described novel, and several other accounts. Publisher's original red cloth boards, titled in gilt to front and spine, covered in pictorial blindstamping, tissue guards to protect engravings. Some wear and age-toning to boards, delicate hinge in the second volume, otherwise in very good, original condition. The First Appearance of Framley Parsonage, a Victorian novel by the esteemed and brilliant nineteenth century story writer Anthony Trollope, this is the complete work, as it first appeared, in serial form with illustrations, published 1860-1861 in the first three volumes of Cornhill Magazine. Framley Parsonage is the fourth novel in Anthony Trollope's series known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire. It was first published in serial form in the Cornhill Magazine, in the opening numbers of the magazine, volume I published January 1860 containing chapters 1 to 18, volume II published in June 1860 contains chapters 19 to 36, and volume III published in January 1861 containing chapters 37 to 48. The novel was subsequently published in book form by Smith, Elder & Co. of London in 1861. The same year, a German edition was published by Bernhard Tauchnitz in Leipzig. The story revolves around a young vicar Mark Robarts, settled in the village of Framley in Barsetshire with his wife and children, and his ambitions to further his career which lead him to a foolhardy financial agreement with a notorious debtor. A secondary plot deals with the romance and marriage of Mark's sister Lucy and Ludovic, also known as Lord Lufton, a friend and benefactor to Mark. In his autobiography, Trollope described Framley Parsonage: "The story was thoroughly English. There was a little fox-hunting and a little tuft-hunting, some Christian virtue and some Christian cant. There was no heroism and no villainy. There was much Church, but more love-making." Also of literary interest, in the volume I is the first appearance of Thackeray's novel "Lovel, the Widower" which evidently, he had written after his first visit to America, late in his career, not long before retiring, and in fact not long before his death. William Makepeace Thackeray (1811-1863) was a founding editor of the literary journal The Cornhill Magazine in 1859, but resigned due to ill-health in 1862, though his last works were published in the journal. He died in 1863. The first edition in book form appeared in 1861, published in London, by Smith, Elder and Co. Seller Inventory # 026380

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