Leatherbound hardback of THE RED AND THE BLACK, by Stendhal and published by The Franklin Library in 1981. Translated by Charles Tergie. With the illustrations of Jean Paul Quint.
The book is in fine condition (clean red boards with gilt decoration, gilt lettering to spine and gilt page edges). Internally, the pages are clean and tight and there are no tears and no inscriptions.
The Red and the Black is an historical psychological novel in two parts, first published in 1830. It is considered to be one of the earliest works of realism and follows the fortunes of a provincial young man as he tries to rise above his modest upbringing and climb the social ladder using skill, hipocracy and deception - a quest which ultimately leads to his downfall.
496 pages with illustrations
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Stendhal THE RED AND THE BLACK Franklin Library
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Leatherbound hardback published by The Franklin Library in 1981. Translated by Charles Tergie. With the illustrations of Jean Paul Quint.