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Contains the inscription from the author to Morton Fullerton: “à Monsieur Moreton-Fullerton Hommage sympathique E. Picard.” The book remains laterally unopened; bound in quarter brown cloth with marbled boards and a morocco label on the spine.

Edited by Ernest Havet, 2 volumes. Bound in a manner that compares to Walter Berry’s custom bindings (blue morocco by Stroobants), but without identifying markers of his ownership. Volume 1 contains notes recorded on a separate piece of paper,…

Vol. 5 of a 7-volume, sextodecimo (16mo) set that includes: La Confession d'un Enfant du Siècle Comédies et Proverbes (3 volumes)Nouvelles et Contes Premières Poésies Poésies Nouvelles Set is uniformly bound in half red morocco leather with gilt…

With a bibliographical essay written by John Lane and a new, concluding essay entitled, "Some Notes in regard to George Meredith in American," is by (William) Morton Fullerton.

A single, penciled marking has been added to p. 17.

"3 série, 1905-09 2e série"
Inscription from Morton Fullerton: "E.W. from M.F. June 1908 Paris." Book was a gift from Fullerton. Marbled paper, morocco label.

Contains an inscription that reads: "To E.W. from W.M.F. Xtmas 1916"

Features an inscription that reads: "To Edith Wharton, but for whom this book would never have been written. Morton Fullerton. 20 May 1913."

"Renouvelé par Joseph Bédier"; "Illustrations de Maurice Lalau. L'Édition d'Art"; quarto; contains inscription from Morton Fullerton that reads: "Edith Wharton M.F. Xmas 1909"Also contains quoted lines from Wharton's long poem "Ogrin the Hermit,"…
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