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First Edition, first printing, presumed first state in Carter's "B" binding no priority without the additional ad leaf in Volume One thought to be a later insertion. Isabella's obituary succinctly describes her as " This first edition of George Eliot's classic novel is inscribed on the title page of Volume One in the year of issue: "To Isabella Blackwood " in a hand which may be that of her brother but must, with compelling presumption and at the very least, have been presented to his sister upon his instruction. All three volumes have some soiling, light fraying to the extremities, general wear, and a few cracked inner-hinges.
But overall this is a Good to Very Good set with eye appeal, its greatest flaw being only that of honest wear from having been well-read as one might expect of its owner. In the last thirty years there have been, to the best of our knowledge, only a half-dozen George Eliot presentation copies to appear on the rare book market. And by that, we mean all her titles combined. She also met George Henry Lewes this year and they became partners for the rest of his life. Lewes was already married, although he and his wife both considered their relationship to be an open one, but he and Eliot set up home together, much to the dismay of polite London society.
Her first attempt to write Middlemarch , her most famous novel, ended in failure. Abandoning it, she began a short novella entitled Miss Brooke which was eventually integrated into the final version of Middlemarch. The novel was published serially in eight parts in Lewes died in and Eliot married again in Her husband, John Walter Cross was an American who was twenty years her junior.
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Log-in or create an account first! First edition. Carter's first state without the ad leaf to Vol. I which was inserted later and with ads in Vol. III citing the seventh edition of Adam Bede as opposed to eighth. This is Carter's binding "A" with Burn's binder's ticket in Vol.
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Copies of the "A" binding in such pleasing state are very rare indeed. A very nice set in first issue state, the text very clean and fresh with no foxing, the scarce original "A" state cloth bindings very handsome and well preserved with just a little bumping and mellowing as would be expected, the cinnamon cloth and the gilt both still fresh.. Some separation at the free-fly and pastedowns.
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With this novel, Eliot became firmly engrained in the public consciousness. It went into a second printing almost immediately and has remained to this day one of her most popular novels. Fine copies are scarce. Seller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. Published: First Edition. The Mill on the Floss. Three volumes. Octavo, original blind- and gilt-stamped russet cloth, uncut.
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First edition, in original cloth. Eliot's largely autobiographical novel ""remains one of the most widely read of her works"" Drabble, This copy in binding A, which is presumably the earlier of the two variant bindings and certainly the more difficult to find Carter, With page catalogue of ads at the end of Volume III.
Volume I slightly shaken but quite sound. Extremities of original cloth gently bumped, gilt very bright, front boards lightly toned at top. A near-fine copy of this important literary work. In Three Volumes. Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, Original blind-stamped cinnamon-brown cloth. This is the sad tale of Maggie Tulliver, from the Dorlcote Mill on the Floss River -- a novel noteworthy more for its accurate depiction of rural characters than for its rather drastic solution to an intricate plot.
This copy does not have the preliminary ad leaf in Vol I; according to Carter this is the first state, as the leaf was inserted in later copies to be issued. The inner hinges endpapers are expertly and almost-invisibly strengthened with the addition of matching yellow-coated paper in the gutters; the endpapers themselves are the originals. The volumes are tight, there is no foxing on the leaves, and the gilt on the spines remains unusually bright.
Three octavo volumes; publisher's orange-brown cloth, decoratively stamped in blind and lettered in gilt on spines; [x],; [viii],; [viii],pp. First volume expertly restored at spine ends, else a clean, original and well-preserved set. Early ownership signature "Evelyn Maud Challis" to each volume; scattered foxing to texts; Very Good.
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Blackwood, Very Good. A set of three volumes published by Blackwood in All three are in very good condition indeed. All have had their hinges strengthened and spine tips reinforced.
Neat gift inscriptions to all three. Corners are fairly sharp - the gilt titling is very strong indeed. A nice set. Original publisher's cloth. Gilt lettering and ruling. Sticker: W. J van Hengel Bookstore Rotterdam. Seller: O. Belkhdar Published: Condition: Original publisher's cloth. The gilt lettering and ruling are strong.
Average cloth wear, spine ends are a bit chipped. There is Edition: Limited edition. Edinburgh: Blackwood, Seller: Peter L. Signed by Author s. First edition.. The first edition of George Eliot's acclaimed novel 'The Mill in the Floss', bound here in the original three volumes. In a smart signed binding by Henry Sotheran, with the original half-titles. The first edition of this work.
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Complete in three volumes. With a half-title to each volume. In a signed half calf binding by Henry Sotheran, with a label to the head of the front pastedown of Volume I. Volume I with the original final blank Z6. Bound without the publisher's adverts, which are supposed to be to the rear of Volume III, however the volumes are otherwise complete.
The Mill on the Floss
The siblings live at Dorlcote Mill on the River Floss. The main focus of the novel is the relationship between the two siblings, and also with the relationships - both platonic and romantic - of Maggie, with Maggie being the protagonist.
The novel shows the circumstances of these characters, and their efforts and energies to struggle against them. There is also a sense of determination throughout the novel in various characters, most especially in Mr Tullier, the sibling's parent.
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It is an emotional novel, as much so that Eliot is known to have cried whilst writing the closing chapters. It is no doubt an autobiographical novel. Eliot had a fractured and strained relationship with her own brother, whom she adored. It is likely that she wrote the relationship and close bond between Maggie and Tom, wishing it to be her own relationship with her brother.
Eliot's brother had broken off with her and refused contact after she told him that she was cohabiting in London with a married man. George Eliot was the pseudonym used by the writer Mary Ann Evans.
She published under a male name to escape the preconceived ideas about women's fiction during the era. Eliot is one of the best known Victorian writers, and many believe that her novel 'Middlemarch' is the greatest novel in the English Language. The first edition of this well-loved novel by George Eliot. Condition: In a half calf signed binding by Henry Sotheran, with marbled paper to the boards.
Externally, smart. Light rubbing to the spines and extremities. Minor bumping to the extremities. Binder's label to the front pastedown. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and generally clean, though with the occasional spot and handling mark. Small repairs to the top edge and fore edge of pages of Volume I, not affecting text.
Ribbon marker to Volume I is detached but present. Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed. First edition, Carter's first state of the first volume with no ad leaf inserted. No ads at rear of Volume III. Wear along edges. Some foxing.