Book #20533

The Meaning of Henry Ward Beecher: an Essay on the Shifting Values of Mid-Victorian America, 1840-1870 - 1st Edition/1st Printing

William G. McLoughlin
Book #20533 The Meaning of Henry Ward Beecher: an Essay on the Shifting Values of Mid-Victorian America, 1840-1870 - 1st Edition/1st Printing. William G. McLoughlin.

Binding: Cloth
Book Condition: Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Publisher: New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1970.

First edition/first printing in about Fine condition with very minor shelf wear in Very Good+, sunned dust-jacket with slight edge wear. From the collection of Betty Anderson, legendary art director of publisher Knopf in the late 20th century, as evidenced by her (small and unobtrusive) inventory number and signature; .

The Meaning of Henry Ward Beecher is an Essay on the Shifting Values of Mid-Victorian America, 1840-1870 by William G. McLoughlin. In this book, McLoughlin explores the life and work of Henry Ward Beecher, a prominent preacher and writer during the mid-Victorian era. He examines Beecher's beliefs and how they influenced the values of mid-Victorian America. McLoughlin provides a comprehensive look at Beecher's life and work, and provides a valuable perspective on the era.; 8vo; FSA.

Price: $29.25