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reader"s guide to Everyman"s Library
R. Farquharson Sharp
|Statement||R. Farquharson Sharp (sometime Keeper of printed books at the British Museum, London) ; With an essay by Ernest Rhys.|
|Contributions||Dutton, E. P., J. M. Dent & Sons.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxiv, 255p. ;|
|Number of Pages||255|
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Henry Kingston: Peter the Whaler 7. Henry Kingston: Three Midshipman 8. Charles Lamb: Tales from Shakespeare 9. Marcus Aurelius: The Meditations A Reader's Guide to Everyman's Library (Covering the first volumes) Landor: Imaginery Conversations and. It is a modified version of No.
Farquharson's Reader's Guide to Everyman's Library (), and was issued as a presentation edition for booksellers. The editor's essay was omitted, it was printed on thin paper to keep it pocket-sized, and an appendix was. everyman's library everyman classics The finest editions available of the world's greatest classics from Homer to Achebe, Tolstoy to Ishiguro, Proust to Pullman, printed on a fine acid-free, cream-wove paper that will not discolour with age, with sewn, full cloth bindings.
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This quotation appears on the title page of all volumes of Everyman's Library and Everyman Paperbacks. Dent and Company commenced the series in with a James Boswell 's Life of Johnson, published with a quotation on the title page from the works of John Milton: "A good book is the precious life-blood of a readers guide to Everymans Library book, embalmed and.
The other must-have is The Reader's Guide to Everyman's Library. In addition to a history of the series, the Reader's Guide also includes a list of all books published in the series, a synopsis of each title's literary significance, and a cross-index of.
Reginald L. Knowles designed the endpapers used on Everyman's Library books until The pale yellow endpapers illustrate the figure of Good Deeds from the medieval play Everyman, facing her sister Knowledge's pledge, which is the series motto: "Everyman, I will go with thee and be thy guide, in thy most need to go by thy side.".
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