by Charles Dickens
According to Wikipedia, The Book League of America was established in 1930 and purchased by Doubleday in 1936. Therefore, it is presumed this copy was printed during that time period.
- Publisher: The Book League of America, New York
- Year published: No date given
- Edition: No edition stated
- Hardcover, no dust jacket
- ISBN No. : N/A
- Size: 5-1/2″ x 8″ tall
- Number of pages: 375
- Weight: 1 lb. 0.8 oz.
Book – Good condition. Fading to spine and cover. Slightly bumped corners. Interior pages dark brown from oxidation. Previous owner’s name on front paste-down. No other writing was found. Back free page partially loose and torn. Binding tight. The pictures above are part of our full disclosure policy and description, so please examine them very carefully.
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About this Edition
Dickens wrote two different endings of Great Expectations. The original ending, the one depicting Pip at the end as a man alone, was criticized by Bulwer Lytton. This edition reprints the story in the form that Dickens finally chose to have it assume instead of the original, “sad” ending.