Easton Press "Crime and Punishment," "Jane Eyre," "Lord Jim," and More Classics
|Title and Author/Editor||The Republic (Plato), Crime and Punishment (Fyodor Dostoevsky), Bach: Music in the Castle of Heaven (John Eliot Gardiner), The Confessions of St. Augustine, The Canterbury Tales (Geoffrey Chaucer), The Poems of John Keats (Edited by Aileen Ward), Lord Jim (Joseph Conrad), Jane Eyre (Charlotte Brontë), Charlemagne: The Legend and the Man (Harold Lamb)|
|Genre||Literary and Classic, Poetry|
|Illustrator||Lynd Ward (American, 1905–1985), Barnett Freedman (English, 1901–1958), Fritz Kredel (German, 1900–1973), Fritz Eichenberg (German-American, 1901–1990), Edy Legrand (French, 1892–1970), David Gentleman (English, b. 1930)|
|Translator||Benjamin Jowett, Constance Garnett, J. G. Pilkington, Frank Ernest Hill|
|Binding||Embossed leather, Cloth on board|
|Publisher or Printer||The Easton Press, Alfred A. Knopf|
|Publication Year||1979, 1978, 1977, 1995, 2013, 1980|
|Period||Late 20th/ Early 21st Century|
|Place of Publication||Norwalk, CT, New York|
|Edition Statement||First American Edition|
|Number of Books||9|
- tight bindings and hinges; minor wear to boards; light rubbing and edge wear to unclipped price jacket; some bookplates.
- measures The Confessions of St. Augustine.