Hardcover, Boston: Dana Estes & Company, 1898. Good with no dust jacket.
Limited edition of 500 copies; these volumes are both numbered 200. Sound binding and hinges. Clean, tanned pages, which are rough cut. Cloth over boards is edge rubbed with overall light shelf wear and darkened spine. Paper label at top of spine on each is rubbed, tanned, scuffed but lettering is visible. Contents: George Eliot as a poet. Extracts from George Eliot's life. The Spanish gypsy, Books I, II, III, IV, and V. The legend of Jubal. Agatha. Armgart. How Lisa loved the king. A minor prophet. Brother and sister. Stradivarius. A college breakfast-party. Two lovers. Self and life. "Sweet evenings come and go, love." The death of Moses. Arion. "Oh may I join the choir invisible." ; 8.5" (18.5 cm) tall; 463 pages.