|Title and Author/Editor:||Fathers & Sons (Ivan Turgenev and translated by Constance Garnett, 1977), Ivanhoe (Sir Walter Scott, 1977), Politics & Poetics (Aristotle and translated by Benjamin Jowett and S. H. Butcher, 1979), Tartffe & The Would-be Gentleman (Molière, 1980), The Poems of John Donne (Selected, introduced and annotated by Frank Kermode, 1979), Oepidus the King (Sophocles, 1980), The Æneid (Virgil, 1979), Uncle Tom’s Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly (Harriet Beecher Stowe, 1979), The Talisman (Sir Walter Scott, 1976), Treasure Island (Robert Louis Stevenson, 1994), The Way of All Flesh (Samuel Butler, 1980), The Canterbury Tales (Geoffrey Chaucer and done into Modern English verse by Frank Ernest Hill, 1978), Gulliver’s Travels: An Account of the Four Voyages into Several Remote Nations of the World (Johnathan Swift, 1976), The Short Stories of Charles Dickens (Selected and introduced by Walter Allen, 1978), Rights of Man (Thomas Paine, 1979)|
|Genre:||Literary and Classic, Poetry, Anthology|
|Illustrator:||Fritz Eichenberg, Edward A. Wilson. Leonard Baskin, et. al.|
|Type of Illustration:||Wood Engravings, Halftone, Portraits, Offset Lithograph|
|Publisher:||The Easton Press|
|Period:||Late 20th Century|
|Place of Publication:||Norwalk, Connecticut|
|Number of Books:||15|
- light wear to covers with white paper wrapper remnants to edges of several volumes; fading to endpapers.
- measures Rights of Man.