A Giveaway! Four Austens and “Mildred Pierce”

“Antiquarian Cat Reading,” by Edward Gorey

Happy Sunday! It is time for a giveaway of four Jane Austens and a Mildred Pierce. Leave your name in a comment if you’d like any (or all).

Here’s what’s up for grabs:

The Annotated Pride and Prejudice, annotated and edited by David M. Shapard.

Austen’s Mansfield Park (Modern Library paperback).

Mine doesn’t have the book jacket.

Austen’s Northanger Abbey (Modern Library hardback, without book jacket)

Austen’s Northanger Abbey (Signet).  This small portable edition is perfect for readers on the go!

A good reading copy that has obviously gone through the hands of a few readers.

James M.  Cain’s Mildred Pierce.  Another portable paperback for readers on the go!   I bought it used, and, alas, there is some underlining.  On the other hand, this is one of the best American novels I have ever read.   So if you don’t mind a well-read book, you’ll love the content.

I do look forward to getting these out of my house!   I can only send the books within the U.S., due to astronomical rates from the U.S. to  parts of the world.  (I don’t know what they’re thinking with those rates!)

7 thoughts on “A Giveaway! Four Austens and “Mildred Pierce””

  1. Hi,
    I’ll bet you have other copies of Jane Austen’s novels to re-read😁
    I live on an island in Canada and quite a while back you mailed a book to me; even then the postal rates were high. Many thanks again. I enjoy your reviews and comments. Hang in there!

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  2. I would like the Mildred Pierce if it (she?) is still available. hasn’t this been a ghastly interlude, this year of Rona. I am hoping Mildred will be a good entertaining read. I haven’t been doing well with classics, but have had some luck with Neville Shute. thanks, and take care.

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