Buddenbrooks (Modern Library #57.3)

By: MANN, Thomas

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Condition: Fair with no dust jacket

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A Modern Library reprint edition of the first novel by Thomas Mann. "Buddenbrooks" is the story of a German merchant family, closely resembling the author's family. This very successful book was cited by the presenters of the Nobel Prize in Literature when awarding it to Mann in 1929. Volumes I and II combined in a single book. Translated from the German by H. T. Lowe-Porter. --- In Toledano spine 7 / brown balloon cloth / limp boards / gilt cover torchbearer / gilt spine titling with interconnected "ML" device / brown topstain / orange Kent endpapers / volume lacks the dust jacket. Likely published c.1938 (though 1924 date appears in book). ML #57.3. --- With complete loss of spine gilding, a spot of soiling to textblock fore-edge, crease to front cover and rather loose binding, else an intact, unmarked copy.; 16mo - 6 to 7 in. tall; (8), 389, 359, (8, ads) pages

Title: Buddenbrooks (Modern Library #57.3)

Author Name: MANN, Thomas

Location Published: New York, The Modern Library: [c.1938]

Binding: Flexible cloth

Book Condition: Fair with no dust jacket

Categories: >>Classic Fiction, Literature, >>Modern Library Editions

Stock No.: 87365