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FIRST EDITIONS OF GEORGE ELIOT
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“ELIOT, George” – [EVANS, Marian, 1819-1880] : FELIX HOLT THE RADICAL.
Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood & Sons 1866. First edition : a publisher’s presentation copy, neatly inscribed – “To Mrs. Burt. With Mr. Blackwoods Compliments”. In the Carter “A” binding (as are both the presentation copies traced by Carter and the British Library copyright deposit copy). There is a binder’s ticket (Edmonds & Remnants) not noted by Carter in the first volume – and the final volume has an inserted 20pp undated Blackwood catalogue not noted by Sadleir, as well as the two integral advertisement leaves.
“ELIOT, George” – [EVANS, Marian, 1819-1880] : NOVELS OF GEORGE ELIOT.
Edinburgh & London : William Blackwood & Sons, [ca.1890]. New edition. A handsome standard set of the novels – “Adam Bede”, “The Mill on the Floss”, “Silas Marner”, “The Lifted Veil”, “Brother Jacob”, “Scenes of Clerical Life”, “Felix Holt”, “Romola”, “Middlemarch” and “Daniel Deronda”.
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