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  • Sadleir, Michael.

    Published by Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1927

    Seller: McCauley Books, Conshohocken, PA, U.S.A.

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    Hardcover. Condition: Acceptable. No Jacket. First American Edition. Lettering on spine faded.

  • Sadleir, Michael

    Published by Constable & Co London 1927, 1927

    Seller: Bear Bookshop, John Greenberg, Brattleboro, VT, U.S.A.

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    432pp. 8vo frontis portrait Brown cloth 1st trade edition Small inkstain on fore edge, else VG+/no dj.

  • Michael Sadleir

    Published by Oxford University Press, 1961

    Seller: World of Rare Books, Goring-by-Sea, SXW, United Kingdom

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    Condition: Fair. 1961. First Edition Thus. 435 pages. Paperback book with pictorial cover. Pages and binding are presentable with no major defects. Minor issues present such as mild cracking, inscriptions, inserts, light foxing, tanning and thumb marking. front cover has a clipped corner. Paper cover has mild edge-wear with light rubbing and creasing. Some light marking and tanning.

  • Sadleir, Michael; Newton, A. Edward (introduction)

    Published by Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1927

    Seller: Rose's Books IOBA, Harwich Port, MA, U.S.A.

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    Cloth. Condition: Good. Illustrated (illustrator). First Edition. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1927. First edition. Cloth binding, 432 pp. Illustrated with plates. Excellent introduction by A. Edward Newton. Light foxing. Library pocket and stamping. Good, solid copy.

  • Sadleir, Michael

    Published by Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1927

    Seller: Gumshoe Books, Columbia, SC, U.S.A.

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    Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. First American Edition. covers onfo about his mother frances trollope. with intro by a. edward newton. much wonderful stuff in this book. page 63 most heartily recommended.

  • Seller image for Trollope, a Commentary by Michael Sadleir, 1927 First Edition Published by Constable & Co. in London. Critical Biography of Anthony Trollope, the Great Victorian Era Novelist OP for sale by Brothertown Books

    Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Here is "Trollope : A Commentary" by Michael Sadleir. This is the 1927 First Edition, published by Constable & Co. in London, which has an Addendum slip affixed within the Appendix. Anthony Trollope was one of the most successful and popular of Victorian novelists. His extraordinarily prolific production covered all areas of Victorian society, encompassing marriage, inheritances, all sorts of family problems, and political intrigues - of which how can one have any politics without intrigue? Also covered in detail is Anthony's mother, Frances Trollope, an established author in her own right and a distinctive influence on her son. Some handsome illustrations accompany what is a most fascinating read These include portraits, pictures of family properties, maps , and caricatures (AnthonyTrollope being a favorite target of satiric cartoonists). *************************************** TITLE : Trollope : A Commentary/ AUTHOR : Michael Sadleir (Michael Thomas Harvey Sadleir, 1888 - 1957) Sadleir was a publisher and editor (for Constable & Co., of which he was Director and Chairman), novelist, literary scholar, biographer, art and book collector, and bibliographer. He was romantically involved with Rupert Brook, was considered an expert on the art of Kandinsky, of whose works he was one of the earliest collectors; and whose seminal text on "the Spiritual in art" Sadleir translated. He was a noted expert on Trollope and Gothic novels (He proved the the 'horrid novels' of Jane Austen's "Northanger Abbey" were not titles invented by Austen, but actually existed - and he subsequently found them! . and he accomplished much else (for those interested - read the Wikipedia article on Sadleir, from whence I've gathered much of the above). / IMPRINT : Constable & Co. / PLACE : London / DATE : 1927 / EDITION : First Edition (with Addendum slip bound in at Appendix) / PHYSICAL DETAILS : Trade hardcover, contains 8 plate illustrations, including Frontispiece portrait with tissue guard, and a folding map (Plates printed on calendered paper); 3 illustrations printed with the text; contains footnotes, 5 Appendices, and an Index. [x] + 432 pages; 5 1/2' x 8 5/8"; brown, cloth-covered boards and spine, with gilt lettering on spine; buff end-papers. Bottom edge of text-block rough cut. ************************************* CONDITION -- GOOD PLUS -- This is a previously owned book that remains clean and serviceable, with the following particulars noted : EXTERIOR -- Spine extremities are compressed and have fraying and slight chipping, accompanied by small loss of cloth surface (Hence the condition grade). Spine and boards adjacent to spine are faded; the gilt lettering on the spine is still quite legible, if not as bright as when first issued; the cloth over the front joint is split a bit from the top down for about 3 inches (Again, hence the condition grade); else the boards are clean with but moderate surface rub; the bottom edges of the boards have a couple of dents. Text-block edges are lightly toned, else clean. / BINDING -- The book has been read and thus is not as tight as when issued , the leaves opening widely. However no leaves are detached or loose, and the text-block is not shaken. / INTERIOR - Several of the leaves have considerable toning and foxing, including the recto of the frontispiece, and the title page; the tissue guard for the frontispiece is considerably darkened, and has lent a slight darkening to the frontispiece, itself. A few leaves have small nicks and tears at the fore-edges. The end-papers are mildly toned. The front paste-down has a previous owner's bookplate (Norman O. Keim - an author and resident of Syracuse, NY - I do not think he was the original owner, the bookplate being of a later style). All and all the book is nicely preserved.

  • Michael Sadleir

    Published by Constable & Co, 1933

    Seller: BookLovers of Bath, Peasedown St. John, BATH, United Kingdom

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    Hardback in Dust Wrapper. First edition (first printing). Hardback in dust wrapper (blue boards with gilt titling to the spine) Physically 8" x 5" (0.8 kg); (ix) 432pp; Index; In the Crown Constables series; Includes: Maps; Frontispiece portrait; Appendices (5); || The book is on my shelves and will be carefully packed and posted from the pastoral paradise of Peasedown St. John, Bath, by a real bookseller in a real book shop - with my personal guarantee and my beady eye on the Consumer Contracts Regulations. REMEMBER! Buying my copy of this book means the bookshop Jack Russells get their supper! My Book#108140|| Condition: Very Good in Good Dust Wrapper. A little wear to the edges of the dust wrapper with the price clipped. A little age-toning to the edges of the text block. Pages very gently age-tanned.

  • SADLEIR, Michael

    Seller: G.S. MacManus Co., ABAA, Bryn Mawr, PA, U.S.A.

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    (TROLLOPE, ANTHONY). SADLEIR, Michael. Anthony Trollope: A Commentary. With an Introducton by A. Edward Newton. Illustrated. Orig. cloth. Boston & N.Y.: Riverside Press, 1927. First American edition. A fine copy.

  • (Trollope, Anthony) Sadleir, Michael

    Published by Constable & Co Ltd, London, 1927

    Seller: The Old Mill Bookshop, HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, U.S.A.

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    432 pp. 1 vols. Thick 8vo. First trade edition. First trade edition. 432 pp. 1 vols. Thick 8vo. Grolier ephemera laid in. Lawyers Of Trollope &B Anthony Trollope October 18, 1949. Cloth. Some discoloration of endpapers, else about fine. Bookplate of Maxwell Steinhardt.

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    Sadleir, Michael

    Published by Constable & Co., London, 1927

    Seller: William Glynn, Reydon, United Kingdom

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    Tan Cloth, Gilt. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Limited. ix., 432 pages, portrait frontis., 7 plates, 3 in-text illustrations, bibliography. Top edge gilt, some leaaves uncut. No. 72 of an edition of 100 copies, signed to the limitation page, by the author. Covers worn, soiled, sunned spine, spotting to prelims., and throughout. [673] Size: 250mm. x 165mm. Signed by Author. Book.

  • Sadleir, MICHAEL

    Published by Constable & Co. Ltd, London, 1927

    Seller: Karol Krysik Books ABAC/ILAB, IOBA, PBFA, Toronto, ON, Canada

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    Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good +. First Edition. 8vo, ix, publisher's cloth with gilt lettering to spine, spine with light fade. Dust jacket worn at the edges, chipped, and some light staining to front cover. Bookplate of South African writer Sarah Gertrude Millin. Inscribed for Gillin by Michael Sadleir on a loose piece of paper, laid-in at the title page. Presentation copy.