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A Check List of English Prose Fiction, 1700–1739

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$65.00 • €48.00

ISBN 9780674429666

Publication Date: 01/01/1960

154 pages


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A useful tool for scholars and collectors, this book replaces insufficient earlier surveys. The list includes 337 items examined by the author; 54 dubious titles appear in an appendix. The entries are subdivided into original English works and translations. The book is especially valuable for its inclusion of much formerly neglected data; complete titles; names of all printers, publishers, and booksellers; original prices, if known; later editions, through 1739—an indication of popularity; and complete data on translations. Many previously omitted titles are given, and many erroneous listings are excluded.

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