Caravan – John Galsworthy (1924)

S$54.00

Caravan – John Galsworthy (1924)

S$54.00

Title: Caravan: The Assembled Tales of John Galsworthy

Author: John Galsworthy

Publisher: William Heinemann, 1926

Condition: Hardcover, full leather. Good. Leather slightly cracked and rubbed. Interior very good. Thin paper edition, app 8″ by 5″. 950pp.

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Description

Contents:

Salvation of a Forsyte
A Stoic
A Portrait
The Grey Angel
Quality
The Man who Kept his Form
The Japanese Quince
The Broken Boot
The Choice
Ultima Thule
Courage
The Bright Side
The Black Godmother
Philanthropy
A Man of Devon
The Apple Tree
The Prisoner
A Simple Tale
The Consummation
Acme
Defeat
Virtue
The Neighbours
Stroke of Lightning
Splindeberries
Salta pro Nobis
The Pack
“The Dog it was that Died”
A Knight
The Juryman
Timber
Santa Lucia
The Mother Stone
Peace Meeting
A Strange Thing
The Nightmare Child
A Reversion to Type
Expectations
A Woman
A Hedonist
A Miller of Dee
Late -299
The Silence
A Feud
A Fisher of Men
Manna
Cafard
The Recruit
Compensation
Conscience
Once More
Blackmail
Two Looks
A Long-Ago Affair
The First and the Last
Had a Horse

About the author (from Wikipedia):

John Galsworthy OM (14 August 1867 – 31 January 1933) was an English novelist and playwright. Notable works include The Forsyte Saga (1906–1921) and its sequels, A Modern Comedy and End of the Chapter. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1932.