The New Examen: John Paget, with a Critical Introduction by Winston S. Churchill The New Examen: John Paget, with a Critical Introduction by Winston S. Churchill The New Examen: John Paget, with a Critical Introduction by Winston S. Churchill The New Examen: John Paget, with a Critical Introduction by Winston S. Churchill

The New Examen

John Paget, with a Critical Introduction by Winston S. Churchill

Verlag: The Haworth Press, 1934
Gebraucht / Hardcover / Anzahl: 0
Bei weiteren Verkäufern erhältlich
Alle  Exemplare dieses Buches anzeigen

Über dieses Buch

Leider ist dieses Exemplar nicht mehr verfügbar. Hier sehen Sie die besten Ergebnisse zur Suche nach The New Examen und John Paget, with a Critical Introduction by Winston S. Churchill.

Beschreibung:

John Paget's Examen was first issued in 1861. As a vindication of the Duke of Marlborough openly critical of Macaulay, this collection of essays ran contrary to more critical prevailing views at the time. Between 1933 and 1938, Winston Churchill would of course produce his own extensive biography of his great ancestor, John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough. One million words long and the product of ten years research and writing, Winston Churchill's biographical effort was well received and remains highly regarded. Churchill shared Paget's critical view of Macaulay and intent to vindicate John Churchill. Paget's work clearly had a strong influence on Churchill's own. Upon returning a borrowed copy of Paget's Examen, Churchill wrote to Lord Rosebery in 1924: "I have now obtained another copy of my own by advertising, and I am very glad indeed to possess such a little known and deeply interesting book. It certainly has cleared away some of the difficulties that I had felt to eventually undertaking to write about 'Duke John'." (Official Biography, Companion Volume V.1, p.290). In 1934, Churchill would write a substantial, seven-page "Critical Introduction" to this new edition of Paget's Examen. Here is a very good copy in the scarce dust jacket. The blue cloth binding is marred only by some slight discoloration and faint wrinkling to the cloth at the lower front corner. The contents are clean and bright with no inscriptions. A trivial hint of spotting appears limited to the blank endpapers. The dust jacket is unclipped, but shows some age and wear. There are losses at the corners and spine head. The upper rear corner and lower front corner have discrete clear tape reinforcement, the spine is toned, and there is modest overall soiling. The dust jacket is protected in a removable, archival quality clear cover. Bibliographic reference: Cohen B53.2, Woods 22. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

Bibliografische Details

Titel: The New Examen
Verlag: The Haworth Press
Erscheinungsdatum: 1934
Einband: Hardcover
Zustand: Very good

Beste Suchergebnisse bei AbeBooks

1.

John Paget, with a Critical Introduction by Winston S. Churchill
Verlag: The Haworth Press, London (1934)
Gebraucht Hardcover Signiert Anzahl: 1
Anbieter
Bewertung
[?]

Buchbeschreibung The Haworth Press, London, 1934. Full Leather. Signed and Numbered Limited Edition. This edition is among the rarest and most desirable books with contributions by Sir Winston S. Churchill. The publisher produced 50 signed and numbered copies of this aptly named "Deluxe Limited Edition". Each copy is numbered and signed by Churchill directly below the limitation statement. Each was bound in full chestnut Niger Morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe with exquisite attention to detail, including raised spine bands terminating in decorative tooling on the covers, gilt decoration to all edges, and blind-ruled turn ins. The contents are printed on hand-made, water-marked, laid paper bound with head and foot bands, gilt top edge, and untrimmed fore and bottom edges. This is copy number 31 of 50 issued thus, so numbered on the limitation page. Few works read by Churchill seem to have impacted his own writing so substantially. Churchill was the driving force behind publication of a 1934 reprint, which attracted the unique honor of not only Churchill's lengthy introduction, but also this publisher's limited edition signed by Churchill. It is noteworthy that the only work authored by Churchill for which a publisher's signed and finely bound limited edition was issued is Churchill's own history of Marlborough - which is of course the work so influenced by Paget. John Paget's Examen was first issued in 1861 as a vindication of the Duke of Marlborough, openly critical of Macaulay. Between 1933 and 1938, Winston Churchill published his own extensive biography of his great ancestor, John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough. Marlborough was the major work of Churchill's 1930s "wilderness years". The product of ten years' research and writing, Churchill's biographical effort was well received and remains well regarded. The major impact of Paget's work on Churchill is well-documented. Upon returning a borrowed copy of the original Examen, Churchill wrote to Lord Rosebery in 1924: "I have now obtained another copy of my own by advertising, and I am very glad indeed to possess such a little known and deeply interesting book. It certainly has cleared away some of the difficulties that I had felt to eventually undertaking to write about 'Duke John'." (Gilbert, Companion Volume V.1, p.290). In 1934, Churchill wrote a substantial, seven-page "Critical Introduction" to this new edition of Paget's Examen. In a letter to Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin Churchill wrote: "I send you herewith Paget's Examen resurrected by my exertions. I think you shd keep it in yr library alongside of Macaulay, to which it is a necessary corrective and counterpart." (Gilbert, Companion Volume V.2, p.735) This copy is in very good condition. The binding is lightly soiled and modestly spine toned, but nonetheless remains fully intact, square and tight, the leather supple with no cracking and no appreciable scuffing or wear, the corners sharp, and the edge and spine gilt bright. The contents remain bright, as does the gilt top edge and untrimmed fore and bottom edges. We find no previous ownership marks. A trivial hint of spotting appears confined to the fore edges and we note browning at the perimeter of the endpapers where they have been in contact with the leather turn-ins. Bibliographic reference: Cohen B53.1, Woods B22. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 004147

Weitere Informationen zu diesem Verkäufer | Verkäufer kontaktieren

Gebraucht kaufen
EUR 6.628,08
Währung umrechnen

In den Warenkorb

Versand: EUR 4,72
Innerhalb USA
Versandziele, Kosten & Dauer