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The sketch book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. ; in two volumes

Washington Irving (Author), Charles Roworth (Printer), John Murray (Firm) (Publisher)
Print Book, English, 1822
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John Murray, Albemarle-Street, London, 1822
Fiction English 19th century
2 volumes ; 22 cm (8vo)
V. 1. The author's account of himself. The voyage. Roscoe. The wife. Rip Van Winkle. English writers on America. Rural life in England. The broken heart. The art of book-making. A royal poet. The country church. The widow and her son. The Boar's Head Tavern. The mutability of literature. Rural funerals. The inn kitchen. The spectre bridegroom. Westminster Abbey
v. 2. Christmas. The stage coach. Christmas Eve. Christmas day. The Christmas dinner. Little Britain. Stratford-on-Avon. Traits of Indian character. Philip of Pokanoket. John Bull. The pride of the village. The angler. The legend of Sleepy Hollow. L'envoy
Pagination: Volume 1. vi, [2], 370 pages -- Volume 2. [4], 393, [1] pages
Signatures: Volume 1. [A]⁴ B-2A⁸ (+2A9) -- Volume 2. [A]² B-2B⁸ 2C⁴ (+C5)
Essays and short stories written by Washington Irving under the pseudonym Geoffrey Crayon