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Ivanhoe Volume I [EasyRead Edition] by Sir Walter Scott

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Number of Pages348
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Open LibraryOL11859093M
ISBN 101425049753
ISBN 109781425049751

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  by Walter Scott. Bibliographic Record. Scott, Walter, Ivanhoe: A Romance. PR: Language and Literatures: English literature. Historical fiction. Knights and knighthood -- Fiction. Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Fiction. Great Britain -- History -- Richard I, -- Fiction. Jews -- England -- Fiction. Hardcover, Volume Two Only, Book Good+, E. L. Carey and A. Hart, Philadelphia, , each title paginated separately but approx. pages, tiny text in two columns, 6 x /4 x /4, hardcover, light brown cloth with ornate embossing and rules on both covers and embossing, gilt titles and gilt decorations on spine, corners just a bit frayed. Introduction and Notes by David Blair, University of Kent at Canterbury Set in the reign of Richard I, Coeur de Lion, Ivanhoe is packed with memorable incidents - sieges, ambushes and combats - and equally memorable characters: Cedric of Rotherwood, the die-hard Saxon; his ward Rowena; the fierce Templar knight, Sir Brian de Bois-Gilbert; the Jew, Isaac of York, and his beautiful, /5(). Condition means everything in a book's value. A book that has significant damage is likely not worth much. A book collector wants an attractive copy. Dust jackets. Most hard cover books published since the early 20th century were sold with a dust jacket. The dust jacket is both the most decorative part of a book, and the most delicate. A.

The epitome of the chivalric novel, Ivanhoe sweeps readers into Medieval England and the lives of a memorable cast of characters. Ivanhoe, a trusted ally of Richard-the-Lion-Hearted, returns from the Crusades to reclaim the inheritance his father denied him. Rebecca, a vibrant, beautiful Jewish woman is defended by Ivanhoe against a charge of witchcraft -- but it is Lady Rowena who is Ivanhoe 3/5(58).   Ivanhoe, by Sir Walter Scott, is part of the Barnes & Noble Classics series, which offers quality editions at affordable prices to the student and the general reader, including new scholarship, thoughtful design, and pages of carefully crafted extras. Here are some of the remarkable features of Barnes & Noble Classics. New introductions commissioned from /5(). Individually chemised and housed together in a quarter dark green morocco book-back slipcase. “‘Ivanhoe,’ which appeared at the end of , marked a new departure. Scott was now drawing upon his reading instead of his personal experience, and the book has not the old merit of serious portraiture of real life. After the success of Scott’s Waverley, “the whole English-reading world waited for another book from the same pen. Ivanhoe appeared [and] was ‘Scott’s culminating success in a book-selling sense, and marked the highest point both of his literary and social prosperity” (Grolier 71).