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1926-C New York Alfred A. Knopf The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quioxte de la Mancha John Ormsby ENG 2 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Description: Edition limited to 3000 copies, Cushing's n. 78. Introduction by George Edward Woodberry. Part of Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth E. Manson Cervantes Collection donated by Malinda Collison Wolter.
1926-1927 Paris S. Kra L´ingénieux hidalgo Don Quichotte de la Manche L. Viardot FRE 4 4to small b. Editions P52984 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 380 illustrations (one illustrated title page, three frontispieces, 128 headpieces, 109 tailpieces and 26 vignettes) designed by Gus Bofa (Gustave Blanchot). It also has an ornamental vignette in black and white repeated for each title page (4) and in color for the "Tables des Matières" of volumes I and III and one ornamental headpiece repeated for the "Tables des Matières" of each volume (4). Decorated front and back covers.
Description: With a preface by Miguel de Unamuno, "Le Sépulcre de Don Quichotte". Deluxe edition; Cushing's copy bound by R. Kieffer. Copy number 444 of 450 printed on velin paper.
1926 Tel Aviv Devir Kitve H. N. Byalik u-mivhar targumav Hayyim Nahman Bialik, Friedrich Schiller, Miguel de Cervantes HEB 3 8vo c. Adaptations TAMU
1927-1928 Chelsea The Ashendene Press The First and Second Part of the History of the Valorous Don Quixote of La Mancha Thomas Shelton ENG 2 F b. Editions P52674 TAMU
Illustrations: With woodcut initials and borders by Louise Powell, cut on wood by W. M. Quick and George H. Ford. First Ashendene book to use the newly designed Ptolemy type font, derived from the 1482 Ptolemy, printed in Ulm, by Emery Walker.
Description: Bound in publisher's folio full cream-colored pigskin by Wm. Smith and Sons. One of 225 of copies on Batchelor handmade paper (an additional 20 were on vellum), with new cloth slipcase. Acquired in part with the support of the Lynn Holleran and Chuck Bowman Cervantes Endowment.
1927 London Wells, Gardner, Darton & Co. The History of Don Quixote A. A. Methley ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions P52675 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains an illustrated title page, two headpieces, eight chapter illustrations, 33 vignettes in text and one tailpiece designed by Gordon Browne. Also with illustrated dust cover and front cover.
Description: First edition second printing. Adaptation for young readers in 31 chapters.
1927 Moscow Ogonyok Plutovskaya Novella: Rinconete y Cortadillo Al. Deyek RUS 1 12mo a. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Cover with a portrait of Cervantes.
Description: Number 266 in series Ogonyok. Not in Palau.
1927 New York The Macmillan Company Don Quixote Susan S. Sheridan ENG 1 8vo small b. Editions LC554 TAMU
Illustrations: With 12 chapter illustrations designed by George Mather Richards.
Description: Abridged text, published in The Modern Readers Series.
1927 New York Dodd, Mead & Co. The Return of Don Quixote G. K. Chesterton ENG 1 8vo e. Continuations and Imitations EU
Description: First edition.
1927-C New York/London Alfred A. Knopf The Life of Don Quixote and Sancho Miguel de Unamuno Homer P. Early ENG 1 8vo c. Criticism TAMU
Illustrations: Ex libris with illustration after Daniel Vierge, "Don Quixote tilts with the windmills." Ex libris Thomas F. Collison.
Description: Part of the Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth Mason Collison Cervantes Collection donated by Bob and Malinda Wolter.
1927 Paris Bernard Grasset La rencontre de Cervantes et du Chichotte Pierre Étienne Martel FRE 1 8vo a. Biography TAMU
Description: Limited edition, Cushing´s copy n. 70 in velin pur fil. Preface by Jean Guéhenno; published in "Les écrits chez Grasset."
1927 Tokyo Shinchōsha Don Kihôte Katagami Noburu JAP 1 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Includes one portrait of Cervantes reprodeced after José del Castillo's design (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780).
1928 Boston-New York Houghton Mifflin Company The Adventures of Don Quixote ENG 1 4to b. Editions LC556 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains six chapter illustrations in color designed by Herman Ilfeld Bacharach. One of the illustrations has been used to decorate the dust jacket. Also includes a vignette in the title page and decorative end papers.
Description: Adaptation by Edwin Gile Rich. The Riverside Press, abbreviated edition. "Mr. Rich has done his work very skillfully, Mr. Bacharach has made a strikingly beautiful set of colored illustrations, and the book is offered at an unusually low price [$2.50]" (the publisher; dust jacket).
1928 Hamburg Gutenberg Der sinnreiche Junker Don Quijote von der Mancha Ludwig Braunfels Hermann Tiemann GER 2 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes (Juan de Jáuregui's), portrait of don Quixote, and 16 chapter illustrations drawn by Wilhelm Nicolai Marstrand (preparatory drawings for Copenhaguen: Fr. Woldikes Forlags, 1865).
Description: Text in German from the French translation by Florian.
1928 Madrid Richard Gans; Fundición Tipográfica Miguel de Cervantes: Homenaje al príncipe de los ingenios españoles SPA 1 8vo a. Biography TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 10 illustrations drawn by G. Pérez Duriaz (a Cervantes' portrait after Juan de Jáuregui, and four chapter illustrations after Juan Francés y Mexia, Manuel García Hispaleto, José Moreno Carbonero, and Miguel Jadraque y Sánchez de Ocaña; plus 2 illustrated title pages, 2 tailpieces, and 1 headpiece).
Description: Introduction and biography of Cervantes by Estanislao Maestre. Limited edition printed in black and red "Cervantes Gothic" typeface, with a front wrap and ornately decorated cover.
1928 Palermo Santi Andó e figli La fortuna del 'Don Quijote' in Italia nei secoli XVII e XVIII e il 'Don Chisciotti' di G. Meli Rosaria Flaccomio ITA 1 8vo c. Criticism TAMU
1928 Paris Librairie Garnier Frères Histoire de Don Quichotte Florian FRE 1 8vo d. Children's Editions S739 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains six color illustrations and a front cover designed by Jules David. It also has 12 black and white vignettes (one of them is also used for the title page) designed by Pierre Gustave Eugène Staal and engraved by Pannemaker (Adolphe François Pannemaker &/or Stéphane Pannemaker) and others. Staal's vignettes first appeared in Paris: Garnier Frères, c1863 (also in c1877).
Description: Children's edition. Dated c1915 in Suñé.
1929 Barcelona Lux Fraseología de Cervantes Juan Suñé Benages SPA 1 8vo c. Criticism TAMU
Illustrations: Includes 18 vignettes reproducing Tony Johannot's illustrations (Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37) and back cover with frontis II after Madrid: Padilla, 1750-51.
1929 Indianapolis The Bobbs-Merrill Co. John Quixote C. E. Scoggins ENG 1 8vo e. Continuations and Imitations TAMU
Description: First edition
1929-1932 Leningrad Academia Jitroumny idalgo Don Kikhot Lamanchskii V. A. Krzhevski and A. A. Smirnov RUS 1 8vo small b. Editions P53266 TAMU
Illustrations: 42 chapter illustrations and 25 vignettes; process reproductions after the original lithographs by Joaquín Heredia and Hesiquio Iriarte (Yriarte) (Mexico: Masse y Decaen; I. Cumplido, 1842) after Johannot's designs (Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37); also with a reproduction of Cervantes' portrait by Jáuregui as frontispiece.
Description: Introduction by P. L. Novitski. Only part I.
1929 London Ward, Lock & Co. The Adventures of Don Quixote ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions LC557 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 44 chapter illustrations in color designed by Harry George Theaker; illustrated end papers. Despite the indication in the title page "with 48 colour plates by Harry G. Theaker", the complete edition only has 44 (confirmed by the index of colour plates, pp. 8-9).
Description: Abridged edition for young readers.
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