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The author displays exuberance of feeling is emotional in a high degree is perhaps at times a little too effusive is frank to an extreme and wears his heart on his coat sleeve. But probably without these qualities he could not have written so attractively He gives a lively picture of Spain and the Spaniards. [The Unitarian Review, Volume 17]
Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Silk ribbon place holder.
Translated from the 10th Ed. of the Italian by Stanley Rhoads Yarnall.
Decoratively bound in green cloth with gilt titles and decorations. Top edge gilt.
Title: Spain and the Spaniards [Two Volumes Complete]
Illustrator: 47 red-captioned tissue-guarded plates; Color folded map.
Edition: First Trade Edition.
Publisher: Philadelphia:, Henry T. Coats,: 1895.
Size: 8vo; Index at the end of volume 2.
lb: 4.00 lb
Seller ID: 007782