Friday Giveaway: Three Collections - contest closed

Everyone seemed to enjoy the sets of books from last week's giveaway, so I am offering up two more versions plus a third collection -

"Stories by American Authors" published by Scribners, 1900:

"Stories by Foreign Authors" published by Scribners, 1900:
And finally, a small collection of language and criticism texts:



Yep, three prizes again this week!

Back with a winner in a moment...



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56 comments:

  1. Count me in! :)

    Thanks!

    mishamary@gmail.com

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  2. Well I think I should win because I love books. And the stories collections look like interesting reads.

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  3. Oh neat!! Count me in too :) Thanks!

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  4. These would look fabulous on my shelf! :)

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  5. Cool collection. Count me in

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  6. Oh please oh please count me in!

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  7. Not sure which I'd want more. The stories look great, but you can never have too many dictionaries.

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  8. In like Flynn! Who was a foreigner by the way :)

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  9. WOuld love to be entered for the draw for the 'Stories By Foreign Authors'. THanks!

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  10. old language texts are the best -- it is so cool to see how language teaching has changed over the years (says a spanish teacher)

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  11. Count me in!!!


    alexandria.lemmon@yahoo.com

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  12. books on language! my favourite! (well, right after books on books :-D)

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  13. So glad I stumbled (literally)! I would love to win the American Authors collection!

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  14. Nice collection. I stumbled here :D

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  15. Wow! These look awesome! Count me in!

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  16. Wow. The Scribner's collections are beautiful!

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  17. All three collections look amazing! Count me in as well :)

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  18. Lovely! I'd be ecstatic to win any of them!

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  19. Ooh! Ooh! Pick me!

    (That'll be enough Donkey...)

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  20. another great selection .. maybe this week!

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  21. Spotted via Twitter. Lovely blog, lovely giveaway idea.

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  22. Yes, please! Especially the dictionaries. :D

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  23. gorgeous! I would just love these on my bookshelf!

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  24. Again, what lovely sets! And the language books look quite interesting as well.

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  25. Humanities & English Lit major! I love these. Also, I got engaged last night. Early wedding present? :)

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  26. All three collections look awesome, but I will be really thrilled if I win the third one!

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  27. These are some beautiful books. I just found your blog by the way, and it's rather fascinating.

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  28. Absolutely. Who pays for shipping?

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  29. Those first two sets are beautiful!

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  30. The language and criticism texts look amazing!! Please count this reader of non-fiction in.

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  31. Please count me in. Thanks :)

    quixoticdreamer(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  32. Oh yeah! Those would look great on the shelf

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  33. XteenB - I'll take care of the shipping. It is a giveaway, after all.

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  34. I always enter, without fail. One of these days...

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  35. Right! All treasures - taking Lit courses at the junior college.

    Stop in sometime . . .

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  36. I'm never able to get over how generous you are, giving away dozens of beautiful books just like that :') I've never won any giveaways (here or anywhere!), but your giveaways make me happy even so!

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  37. A friend just posted this to my FB Wall, and I have to tell you that this is a fabulous idea! As a writer I would love that set of criticism books, but as a fellow used bookseller I figure I am ineligible :-). This is a great way to build community and have fun doing it. Cheers to you!

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