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Gilbert H. McKibbin

Through the Looking-Glass / 43 color illustrations / 1899

Through the Looking-Glass / 43 color illustrations / 1899

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By Lewis Carroll
With 43 color illustrations

This book is one of the earliest editions to have colored illustrations after John Tenniel.

"Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There" is a whimsical and imaginative tale penned by renowned author Lewis Carroll. This sequel to Carroll's famous "Alice Adventures in Wonderland" takes readers on another adventure with the curious and ever-charming Alice, exploring a fantastical world behind a mirror. This magical universe, characterized by its logic-bending rules and delightful absurdity, is brought to life through the charming color illustrations. A journey through a realm where everything is a mirror image of the familiar, this book presents a blend of wit, charm, and playful chaos, making it a memorable read for all.

Book Condition: Good- | Dust Jacket: No Jacket

The original red cloth is stamped with a color illustration of Alice, a fawn on the front cover, and a black title on the spine. The board covers and spine have soiling, shelf wear, bumping, frying, rubbing, and damp staining to the inner lower board. There is fraying and chipping at the head and tail of the spine. The owner's inscription is in ink on the front endpaper. The text block is cracked at the back inner hinge. Some of the pages are torn, with previous pencil markings, and one page is repaired with document tape; however, all pages are present. There is soiling and damp staining on the text block.

Publisher: New York: Gilbert H. McKibbin
Publication Date: MDCCCXCIX (1899)
Binding: Hardcover
Condition: Good-
Pages: 192pp
Size: ~6.75in X 5.25in (17cm x 13cm)

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