Published in 1919 in Richmond, VA., this Seventh Grade Reader includes works of some of America's best writers; Edgar Allen Poe, Washington Irving, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Mark Twain, Theodore Roosevelt, and more! There is no doubt that students who used this textbook were exposed to a wonderful variety of Literature.
The cloth covered boards are stained and worn particularly at the edges and corners. The pages have yellowed, there is foxing, and a few pages where a student underlined things within particular works likely while studying for a test. There are some dog eared pages as well. The binding and all of the pages are intact and the book lends itself to a comfortable read measuring 7 1/2" x 5 1/2".
Enjoy classic works such as Rip Van Winkle, The Southern Sky, A Georgia Fox Hunt, A Voyage to The Moon, In Flander's Fields and many more within the 447 page book. The book includes study helps with each literary work, suggested reading, and a dictionary in the back.
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