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The Enquirer. Reflections on Education, Manners, and Literature. In a Series of Essays.

William Godwin

£220

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Ref. 109788   Edition. First Edition

Published By: Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson 1797 (London)

First edition bound in full black/dark blue leather with five raised bands to spine and red leather title band. Gilt title, bands and motifs to spine. All edges speckled blue. New endpapers, opens to half title. Errata to rear. Small ink inscription to rep. Binding is recent and very smart. Pages toned to edges throughout with occasional light foxing. Half title quite shaded with mottling and a chip to top edge. Loss to top of title page, approx. 2cm, losing the 'The' of the title. Otherwise appears complete. Overall very good- condition. xii + 481 pp. Godwin (1756-1836) was an English political philosopher, often considered radical, and one of the first modern anarchists. His daughter was Mary Shelley, famous author of Frankenstein.

Book Condition: Very Good

Size: 8vo

Binding: Hardback

Book Type: Book

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