|Title and Author/Editor:||Crime and Punishment (Feodor Dostoevsky and translated by Jessie Coulson, 1982), Vanity Fair: A Novel Without a Hero (William Makepeace Thackerary, 1981), One Hundred Fairy Tales (The Brothers Grimm, 1980), Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Edgar Allan Poe, 1987), The Mill on the Floss (George Eliot, 1982)|
|Genre:||Literary and Classic|
|Illustrator:||Robert and Corinne Borja, William Makepeace Thackeray, Walter Crane, Harry Clark, Paul Geiger|
|Type of Illustration:||Engraving, Halftone, Offset Lithograph|
|Publisher:||The Franklin Library|
|Period:||Mid to Late 20th Century|
|Place of Publication:||Franklin Center, Pennsylvania|
|Volumes:||The Mill on the Floss is a limited edition published exclusively to subscribers of “The 100 Greatest Books of All Times” collection from The Frankln Library,|
|Number of Books:||5|
- light wear to covers with bumped corners; fading to endpapers; bookplates to front endpapers.
- measures Vanity Fair.