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Book Description
Full title reads: A Specimen of a Commentary on Shakspeare containing 1. Notes on as you like it. II An Attempt to explain and illustrate various passages on a new principle of criticism, derived from Mr. Locke’s Doctrine of the Association of Ideas. London: T. Cadell, 1794. First edition. Half title present. Pp viii, 258, 1 (errata). Recent good quality quarter morocco on marbled boards, raised bands and contrasting label, edges speckled. Title-page silked, and stamp of Bradford Library on verso, half-title and title page a little dusty, inner upper margins to 95-108 repaired, with some browning, becoming successively less, otherwise a clean example.
Author WHITER, Walter
Date Cadell
Binding Recent good quality quarter Morocco on marbled boards
Publisher London: T. Cadell.
Illustrator None
Condition Good
Pages viii, 258, 1 (errata).

Price: £245.00

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