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CONRAD, Joseph.
Tales of Unrest.

pp. [297], (i) blank, (ii) Advertisment. Publisher's blue cloth of the series - Nash's Famous Fiction Library, now faded, spine ends rubbed, signature of R[ICHARD?] GARNETT on the front free end-paper, else a very good copy.

*RICHARD GARNETT (27 February 1835 13 April 1906) scholar, librarian, biographer and poet. He was son of Richard Garnett, an author, philologist (historical linguist) and assistant keeper of printed books in the British Museum. He entered the British Museum in 1851 (the year following his father's death) as an assistant librarian. In 1875, he became superintendent of the Reading Room, in 1881, editor of the General Catalogue of Printed Books, and in 1890 until his retirement in 1899, Keeper of Printed Books.

Eveleigh Nash & Grayson. London.

Date Published: No date [c.1920].

Stock No. 62660

Price: 40.00