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|Jonathan Swift (Author); John F. Ross (Editor and Introduction)||Gulliver's Travels and Other Writings (A Tale of a Tub, The Battle of the Books, et al.)|
|Publisher: Rinehart & Co., Inc., 1958|
New York and Toronto, ON, Canada: Rinehart & Co., Inc. , 1958. 295 pp. Heavily used book in poor quality. Previous owner's name inscribed on inside of front cover. Light foxing on page edges. Creased spine. Spine retaped. . 13th Printing May 1958. Trade Paperback. Poor. 8vo - over 7 3/4 " - 9 3/4 " tall. Academic, Scholarly, Research. Signed.
|Jonathan Swift||A Tale of A Tub|
Publisher: Herbert B. Turner & Co., Boston, 1902
Used. 284 pp, b/w frontis of Jonathan Swift, the book and contents are clean and tight, 2 bookplates on front endpaper, one over the other, the top of the page edges is gilded, the cover art work is signed TBH, covers are tight and have light corner rubbing and scuffing. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall (SWIFT, JONATHAN A TALE OF TUB)
|SWIFT, Jonathan.||A Tale of a Tub to which is added The Battle of the Books and The Mechanical Operation of the Spirit. . The whole ed. and with an intro., and notes - historical and explanatory, by A.C. Guthkelch and D. Nichol Smith.|
Publisher: Oxford: at the Clarendon Press. 1920, 1920
Used. Half title, facsims. Orig. dark blue cloth; worn, following inner hinge strengthened. Geoffrey Tillotson's signed copy with marginal and many inserted notes, notes on e.ps. (TILLOTSON SATIRE)
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|Jonathan Swift||A Tale of The Tub|
Publisher: John Nutt, London, 1705
Used - Fine. A fine copy of the fourth issue of this work first issued in 1704. Full title A Tale of the Tub, written for the universal improvement of mankind, to which, is added, an Account of the Battle between the Ancient and the Modern books In St. James Library/ with a discourse concerning the mechanical operations of the spirit. London: for John Nutt: 1705. corrected. (xi), & 332pps, a few old marginalia in old ink, esle a fine copy in a signed 3/4 binding 3/4 calf gilt tooled with...