Seven Men
by Beerbohm, Max
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Seven Men (New York Review Books Classics)Seven Men (New York Review Books Classics) (Trade paperback)
Pub. Date: 2000
Publisher: New York Review of Books
Price: $6.55
Seller: Dream Books Co., Denver, CO, USA
Description: Ex Library with stickers and markings, Used item in good condition. Stock photo may be different from actual cover.
Seven Men (New York Review Books Classics)Seven Men (New York Review Books Classics) (Paperback)
Pub. Date: 2000-10-31
Publisher: NYRB Classics
Price: $7.99
Seller: Borgasorus Books, Inc., Wright City, MO, USA
Condition: Acceptable
Notes: No apparent missing pages. Light wrinkling from liquid damage. Moderate wear, wrinkling, Curling or creasing on cover and spine. May have used stickers or residue. Dust cover may be missing. Good binding with NO apparent loose or torn pages. No apparent writing or highlighting. Supplemental materials are not guaranteed with used books.

More About Seven Men by Beerbohm, Max

When a book about the literature of the eighteen-nineties was given by Mr. Holbrook Jackson to the world, I looked eagerly in the index for SOAMES, ENOCH. I had feared he would not be there. He was not there. But everybody else was. Many writers whom I had quite forgotten, or remembered but faintly, lived again for me, they and their work, in Mr. Holbrook Jackson's pages. The book was as thorough as it was brilliantly written. And thus the omission found by me was an all the deadlier record of poor Soames' failure to impress himself on his decade. I daresay I am the only person who noticed the omission. Soames had failed so piteously as all that! Nor is there a counterpoise in the thought that if he had had some measure of success he might have passed, like those others, out of my mind, to return only at the historian's beck. It is true that had his gifts, such as they were, been acknowledged in his life-time, he would never have made the bargain I saw him make-that strange bargain whose results have kept him always in the foreground of my memory. But it is from those very results that the full piteousness of him glares out.

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  • PID: 17399644579
  • ISBN-13: 9780940322547
  • Publisher: New York Review of Books
  • Seller: Magers and Quinn Booksellers
    Condition: Acceptable
    Notes: May have underlining, highlighting, margin notes, significant shelf wear, and/or missing discs. Damaged item.