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Don Quixote de la Mancha. The history of the renowned Don Quixote de la Mancha written by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. Motteux' translation revised anew (1743) & corrected, rectified, and filled up in numberless places by J. Ozell who likewise added the explanatory notes from the best editions in English & Spanish. Reprinted with 21 illustrations by E. McKnight Kauffer
Nonesuch Press, London 1930 - Edition ltd. to 1475 copies printed by University Press, Cambridge on handmade paper, 2 volumes, 8vo, pp. ix, [1], 502; vi, 549; frontispieces and illustrations in color produced by the Curwen Press; spines slightly darkened, a few natural spots on the covers, else a very good set in the original full natural niger, maroon morocco labels on spines, wanting the publisher's slipcase. This is the last Nonesuch book to be stenciled at the Curwen Press. "The paper is perhaps the most attractive ever used by the press [and] the frontispiece to the first volume I esteem to be the finest of any modern book that I know" (Francis Meynell in The Nonesuch Century). Ransome, p. 171.
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