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The Doughty Library
Publisher: Anthony Blond. Country: United Kingdom. Date: 1966-68.
Joint Publisher: Stein & Day. Country: United States. Date: 1966-68.


An Eye for an Eye - Trollope (Doughty Library/Anthony Blond) (image)

An Eye for an Eye.
Anthony Trollope.
London, Anthony Blond, 1966 (The Doughty Library, No. 1).
Hardback, with dust wrapper.


THE DOUGHTY LIBRARY (ANTHONY BLOND)
Series Note: This was a series of reprints of novels of the Victorian era. The series was named after Doughty Street, the London street where the office of Anthony Blond was located.

Format: Hardback with dust wrapper.

Serial Number / Title / Author / Introduction Writer

1. An Eye for an Eye - Anthony Trollope.
Introduction by Simon Raven

2. No Name - Wilkie Collins.
Introduction by Hebert van Thal.

3. Under Two Flags - "Ouida".
Introduction by Olivia Manning.

4. The Making of a Marchiness - Mrs. Hodgson Burnett.
Introduction by Marghanita Laski.

5. Mrs. Haliburton's Troubles - Mrs. Henry Wood.
Introduction by Alan Dent.

6. Confessions of a Thug - Captain P. Meadows Taylor.
Introduction by Brian Rawson.

7. The Sowers - Henry Seton Merriman.
Introduction by John Carter.

8. The Position of Peggy Harper - Leonard Merrick.
Introduction by Phyllis Bentley.

9. Red Pottage - Mary Cholmondeley.
Introduction by D. Tindall.

10. The Odd Women - George Gissing.
Introduction by Frank Swinnerton.

11. A Man's Man - Ian Hay.
Introduction by David Holloway.

12. The Church by the Church-yard - Sheridan Le Fanu.
Introduction by Elizabeth Bowen.

13. The Maid of Sker - R. D. Blackmore.
Introduction by James Harding.

14. Mehalah - Sabine Baring-Gould.
Introduction by John Fowles.

15. The West Indies and The Spanish Main [non-fiction] - Anthony Trollope.
Introduction by Herbert van Thal.

16. Raffles: The Amateur Cracksman - E. W. Hornung.
Introduction by Anthony Curtis.

17. Charles O'Malley - Charles Lever.
Introduction by Brigadier P. H. C. Hayward.

18. A Memoir of Charles Mayne Young, with extracts from his Son's Journal [non-fiction] - Julian Charles Young.
Introduction by J. C. Trewin.


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