8vo, pp. 252 & 24pp of adv. (advertisements dated December, 1864). Bound in purple cloth (spine faded). Little wear at the extremities of the spine, a very good plus tight clean copy. Bookplate. Allen p. 19; BAL 20115, Binding "D" (sequence not determined); Borst A3.1.a. Excellent copy. These essays on Cape Cod were edited Sophia E. Thoreau and Ellery Channing. Codice inventario libreria 33738
Titolo: CAPE COD.
Casa editrice: Ticknor & Fields
Data di pubblicazione: 1865
Edizione: First Edition.
Descrizione libro Houghtom Mifflin, Boston, 1894. Riverside edition. 8vo, pp. 252 A very good copy. These essays on Cape Cod were edited Sophia E. Thoreau and Ellery Channing. Codice libro della libreria 56297
Descrizione libro Houghtom Mifflin, Boston, 1914. Reprint.. 8vo, pp. 336. Inscription on end paper. A very good copy in pictorial dj. These essays on Cape Cod were edited Sophia E. Thoreau and Ellery Channing. Codice libro della libreria 58148
Descrizione libro Houghton, Osgood and Company, Boston, 1879. 252 pp. 1 vols. 16mo. Later printing, one of 188 copies printed 30 January 1879. 252 pp. 1 vols. 16mo. Borst A 5.1.g Original blind-stamped orange cloth, spine gilt. Fine Later printing, one of 188 copies printed 30 January 1879. Codice libro della libreria 43246
Descrizione libro 1865. THOREAU, Henry D[avid]. Cape Cod. Original blindstamped cloth, gilt spine. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865. First edition. BAL 20115, binding C (sequence not determined). Spine ends slightly frayed, cloth rubbed, light scattered foxing, Annotations on verso of front free endpaper, else very good. Codice libro della libreria 73988
Descrizione libro George G. Harrap [through 1912], London, 1911. Pictorial Cloth. Condizione libro: Fine. Complete in five volumes. Thick 8vo: xvi,440; ,xxii,492; xiv,423,; xii,319,; viii,303,pp, with 33 full-page halftones, including the frontispiece, in each volume (165 in total). Publisher's finely woven forest-green pictorial cloth, elaborate art nouveau title frames stamped in gilt and copper on spines and upper covers, title pages in red and black, protective tissue guard over frontispieces. Virtually pristine, square, tight unmarked bindings; clean, fresh pages; rich photographic illustration. A splendid production and scarce: COPAC and OCLC list only BL. Borst A1.11.b, A2.12.c, A3.6.b, A4.6.b, and A5.6.b. The direct literary results of Thoreau's stay at Walden Pond were the essay "Resistance to Civil Government" (1849), inspired by a night in the Concord jail (the result of not having paid his taxes as a protest against government policies) and early drafts of A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers (1849) and Walden (1854). After A Week failed to sell, Thoreau began revising Walden, taking it through seven major drafts before finally publishing it seven years later to modest sales and mostly favorable reviews. Two more trips to the Maine Woods (1853 and 1857) and several excursions to Cape Cod (1849, 1855, and 1857). provided fodder for the essays collected into two posthumous books, The Maine Woods (1864) and Cape Cod (1865). Clifton Johnson (1865-1940) was a folklorist, illustrator, photographer, and important literary figure with some 125 published books and countless magazine and newspaper articles to his credit. A friend of William Dean Howells and John Burroughs, he was an acquaintance of many other late 19th and early 20th century authors and editors. Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. Codice libro della libreria BB1068