Adams, Victor & Co.
(New York (N.Y.): 98 William Street)
Format : Reprint Library
|Dates:||[Jul. ?], 1877 to Oct., 1877|
|Size:||11 1/2" x 8 1/4"|
|Pages:||32 (no. 1); 64 (no. 2); or 16-48|
|Illustrations:||Black and white illustration on cover|
To place before American Readers of all classes the choicest compositions of Celebrated Poets and Writers, in attractive form, and at prices unprecedented in elegant literature, will be the special province of this beautiful series. Not to popularize what is already of worldwide celebrity, but to make, literally, a Household Word of the great works of great authors, hitherto attainable only in the expensive form of bound volumes.
Each issue being devoted exclusively to the work or works of one author, is hence, Complete in Itself, forming the cheapest and most convenient edition of the author ever presented to the public.
The Library will issue rapidly and be sold by all booksellers and news dealers at the astonishingly cheap price of ten cents per single and twenty cents per double number.
|Primary Data Source:||Johannsen|
|Data Entry Status:||Done, Believed Complete|
Items1. Lalla Rookh; An Oriental Romance
2. Don Juan
3. Paradise Lost
4. The Lady of the Lake
6. Undine; or, The Water-Spirit
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