1977, First edition. A near fine copy only marked by a light flyleaf shadow to the front free endpaper. The d/w is also near fine with light shelf wear only. A really lovely copy.
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Trustees and Guardians of Shakespeare's Birthplace, 1944. A near fine, unmarked copy.
1937/1929. Both volumes in the Everyman series and are in matching green boards with gilt lettering to the spine. Vol 1 is a reprint and Vol 2 a First in this series. Both volumes are in very good condition. No d/w's.
The definitive, fully illustrated single-volume companion to
the world's greatest playwright.
2004. Second printing. A near fine copy only marked by superficial shelf rubbing to the stiff card wraps.
Penguin Books, 1939. First edition. A near fine copy in terrific condition for the age.
1965. First edition. An ex-library copy in very good condition.
1911. The Temple Shakespeare edition. A very good copy in lightly rubbed burgundy leather with gilt to the spine, front panel and top edge. The contents are nice and clean.
Written at the height of the first World War in Europe, an impassioned satire of the late nineteenth and early twentieth-century bourgeoisie offers a scathing portrait of a household of independent eccentrics.
Penguin, 1964. A paperback copy in very good condition.
2003. First edition. A near fine copy only marked by a previous owners details to the half title page. The d/w is unclipped and fine.
Using every kind of documentary evidence, this is a new and surprising historical portrait of the world
2003. First edition. A fine, unmarked copy in a fine, unclipped d/w.
T C and E C Jack, nd (c1901). A very good copy in red cloth boards with gilt decoration and lettering. The spine is sunfaded and the edges and endpapers are age tanned but otherwise the contents are bright and clean.
T C and E C Jack, nd (c1901). A very good copy bound in red cloth boards with gilt decoration and lettering. The spine is sunfaded and the edges and endpapers are age tanned but otherwise the contents are clean and bright.