Book Condition: Fair
Publisher: London, Edinburgh, Dublin, And New York: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1909.
An edition in fair condition. There is a memorial stamp on the front flyleaf. The edges of the cover are chipping and deteriorating.
This book is about a man named Mr. Jarndyce who has a large legal case that is always taking up his time. He has three children who are all grown up and have families of their own. One day, he learns that one of his children, Mr. Wickfield, has died. Mr. Jarndyce is very upset and decides to go to court to get his estate. He eventually wins the case, but then learns that he has to pay the other side's lawyer, Mr. Jewells, a large sum of money. Mr. Jarndyce is not able to pay the money, so he moves into a house that he borrows from a friend. The house is very old and rundown, and it is not easy to live in.; 18mo; 928 pages.