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The London Magazine - a magazine of human interest - Volume 12 - February to June 1904

£19.99

Product description

The London Magazine was the new name for Harmsworth's Monthly Pictorial Magazine, and was published between 1900 and 1933: it was called The New London Magazine from 1930.
Carmelite House, London, 1904. Hardback. Bound in blue cloth boards. Large 8vo. 728pp. Book condition: good. Front hinge cracked but binding holding firm. Page 193 loose but present. Bumping to corners and general shelfwear. Minor foxing to endpapers but not to the text.
Typical turn of the century magazine featuring social reform articles, poetry, photographs, drawings and short stories.
This edition contains stories by Edith Nesbit (of The Railway Children fame) including The Manoeuvres of Three Armies, The Flying Lodger, The Golden Gondola, The Intrepid Explorer and his Lieutenant, The Smuggler's Revenge, The Turk in Chains or Richard's Revenge. There is also an early story by Jack London (of The Call of the Wild fame) entitled Negore the Coward.

Item details

Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
728
Publisher:
London at Carmelite House
Title:
The London: a magazine of human interest (volume XII - Feb 1904 to July 1904

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The London Magazine was the new name for Harmsworth's Monthly Pictorial Magazine, and was published between 1900 and 1933: it was called The New London Magazine from 1930.
Carmelite House, London, 1904. Hardback. Bound in blue cloth boards. Large 8vo. 728pp. Book condition: good. Front hinge cracked but binding holding firm. Page 193 loose but present. Bumping to corners and general shelfwear. Minor foxing to endpapers but not to the text.
Typical turn of the century magazine featuring social reform articles, poetry, photographs, drawings and short stories.
This edition contains stories by Edith Nesbit (of The Railway Children fame) including The Manoeuvres of Three Armies, The Flying Lodger, The Golden Gondola, The Intrepid Explorer and his Lieutenant, The Smuggler's Revenge, The Turk in Chains or Richard's Revenge. There is also an early story by Jack London (of The Call of the Wild fame) entitled Negore the Coward.

Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
728
Publisher:
London at Carmelite House
Title:
The London: a magazine of human interest (volume XII - Feb 1904 to July 1904

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