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Ward, Mary Augusta

Published by Forgotten Books (2012)

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2012. Condition: Good. Ships from Reno, NV. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP89875591

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Henry Mills Alden, editor; Netta Syrett, John B. Tabb, Edith Wharton, Robert Kennedy Duncan, Van Tassel Sutphen, Mary E. Wilkins, Roy Rolf Gilson, Mrs. Humphry (Mary Augusta) Ward, Richard Le Gallienne, Edward S. Martin, et al

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, New York (1902)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, 1902. Original Wraps. Condition: Very Good. First printing. Single issue. Small quarto, 10" tall, pages 325 to 494 + ads, printed beige wraps. A very good issue over all with minor shelf wear and exterior soiling, rubbing and edge chipping to the back strip, but dampstaining to the front fore-edge which is lightly visible in the front margins throughout, the interior otherwise clean, binding solid, paper just slightly yellowed. This is an original issue and includes all of the editorial material (articles, stories, poetry, etc.) as well as the advertisements and covers. Note: ''Harper's Magazine' began publication in 1850 and recreated the American magazine, serving as a promotional vehicle for Harper and Brothers books as well as the new 'literary' fiction and essay of the time, using sophisticated illustration and the best authors. Subject matters range from art, fiction, and poetry to history and science. As such it makes a terrific read as an anthology of its moment in time, despite the dampstaining. Seller Inventory # 21555

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Mrs. Humphrey Ward (d.i. Mary Augusta Ward):

Published by Nelson, London, (1903)

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About this Item: Nelson, London, 1903. leinen. OLn. 445 S. aus dem Nachlaß Gerhard Löwenthal Mary Augusta Arnold was born in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, into a prominent intellectual family of writers and educationalists. Mary was the daughter of Tom Arnold, a professor of literature, and Julia Sorrell. Her uncle was the poet Matthew Arnold and her grandfather Thomas Arnold, the famous headmaster of Rugby School. Her sister Julia married Leonard Huxley, the son of Thomas Huxley, and their sons were Julian and Aldous Huxley. The Arnolds and the Huxleys were an important influence on British intellectual life. Mrs. Ward in her study Mary's father Tom Arnold was appointed inspector of schools in Van Diemen's Land (now Tasmania) and commenced his role on 15 January 1850.[1] Tom Arnold was received into the Roman Catholic Church on 12 January 1856, which made him so unpopular in his job (and with his wife) that he resigned and left for England with his family in July 1856.[1] Mary Arnold had her fifth birthday the previous month before they left, and she had no further connection with Tasmania. Tom Arnold was ratified as chair of English literature at the contemplated Catholic university, Dublin, after some delay. Mary spent much of her time with her grandmother. She was educated at various boarding schools, and at 16 returned to live with her parents at Oxford, where her father had a lecturership in History. On 6 April 1872, not yet 21 years old, Mary married Humphry Ward, a fellow and tutor of Brasenose College, and also a writer and editor. For the next nine years she continued to live at Oxford, at 17 Bradmore Road, where she is commemorated by a blue plaque.[2] She had by now made herself familiar with French, German, Italian, Latin and Greek. She was developing an interest in social and educational service and making tentative efforts at literature. She added Spanish to her languages, and in 1877 undertook the writing of a large number of the lives of early Spanish ecclesiastics for the Dictionary of Christian Biography edited by Dr William. Weitere Informationen zu unserem Charity-Projekt finden Sie unter www phoenix-antiquariat de Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 500. Seller Inventory # 44771

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WARD Mrs Humphry (Mary Augusta)

Published by Bernhard Tauchnitz 1903 (copyright edition) (1903)

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About this Item: Bernhard Tauchnitz 1903 (copyright edition), 1903. Hardcover. Condition: Good. two volumes bound as one, contemporary cloth, spine bumped and a trifle chipped, occasional dust-soiling, good. bound without series half-titles; 295 and 270 pages; keywords: fiction - women authors; Todd and Bowden 3643 and 3644. Seller Inventory # 9438

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Henry Mills Alden, editor; Mark Twain, Bret Harte, Woodrow Wilson, Howard Pyle, Mrs. Humphry (Mary Augusta) Ward, Maurice Hewlett, Arthur Colton, Henry van Dyke, Austin Dobson, Edwin A. Abbey, Oliver Goldsmith, Owen Wister, Elizabeth Shippen Green, Octave Thanetet al.

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, New York (1902)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, 1902. Condition: Good +. First edition thus. Single volume--six issues bound without covers and advertisements. Small quarto, 9 3/4" tall, 974 pages, three-quarter black leather over black cloth. A good plus clean sturdy, hard cover overall, with exterior shelf wear and rubbing at all extremities, leather worn to boards at four corner tips, interior hinges and binding solid, paper lightly yellowed. This is the publisher's edition, printed from the original plates and includes all of the editorial material (articles, stories, poetry, etc.) of the separate issues but lacks the advertisements and individual covers. It was the practice of the time for most of the better literary magazines to issue such editions before melting down the original printers' plates. Note: ''Harper's Magazine' began publication in 1850 and recreated the American magazine, serving as a promotional vehicle for Harper and Brothers books as well as the new 'literary' fiction and essay of the time, using sophisticated illustration and the best authors. Subject matters range from art, fiction, and poetry to history and science. As such it makes a terrific read as an anthology of its moment in time. An excellent resource. Three-quarter leather over boards. Seller Inventory # 41846

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