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Zuleika Dobson or an Oxford Love Story
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from Createspace Independent Pub (May 9, 2015); titled "Zuleika Dobson: Or, an Oxford Love Story"
9781512118797 | details & prices | 160 pages | 6.00 × 9.00 × 0.37 in. | List price $7.99
About: Zuleika Dobson, full title Zuleika Dobson, or, an Oxford love story, is a 1911 novel by Max Beerbohm, a satire of undergraduate life at Oxford.
With Sara Lodge (other contributor) | from Melville Pub House (January 14, 2014); titled "Zuleika Dobson: Or, an Oxford Love Story"
9781612192925 | details & prices | 273 pages | 5.00 × 8.00 × 1.00 in. | 0.54 lbs | List price $15.95
About: Sir Henry Maximilian “Max” Beerbohm was, like his friend Oscar Wilde, such an acclaimed wit (and essayist, caricaturist, and parodist) that George Bernard Shaw dubbed him “the incomparable Max.
from Createspace Independent Pub (December 21, 2012); titled "Zuleika Dobson, or an Oxford Love Story"
9781481275309 | details & prices | 180 pages | 6.00 × 9.00 × 0.41 in. | List price $11.99
About: Zuleika Dobson is a deliciously absurd book, simultaneously outrageously funny and simply outrageous.
from Bibliobazaar (October 31, 2007)
9781426404221 | details & prices | 219 pages | 4.75 × 7.75 × 0.55 in. | 0.54 lbs | List price $23.75
About: "Ere it had yet stopped, the door of one carriage flew open, and from it, in a white travelling dress, in a toque a-twinkle with fine diamonds, a lithe and radiant creature slipped nimbly down to the platform.
from Echo Library (October 30, 2000)
9781846379550 | details & prices | 148 pages | 5.75 × 8.75 × 0.25 in. | 0.50 lbs | List price $9.90
About: That old bell, presage of a train, had just sounded through Oxford station; and the undergraduates who were waiting there, gay figures in tweed or flannel, moved to the margin of the platform and gazed idly up the line.