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Published by Michael Joseph in London .
Written in English


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Statementtold by Christabel Aberconway ; illustrated by Rex Whistler.
ContributionsWhistler, Rex, 1905-1944.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21767515M

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Blue-green stiff printed wrappers. A bit of rubbing, or offsetting from adjacent books, light wear to corners, a clean very good copy. Illustrated with reproductions of pencil drawings, one folding. A privately-printed sequel to the book by Whistler & Aberconway, "The Story of Mr. Korah". Seller Inventory # . > ALL BOOKS. The Story of Mr Korah Zoom: Christabel Aberconway. Illustrated by Rex Whistler. London. Michael Joseph. First edition. Cloth-bound hardback, dust jacket. [42 pages]. 3 tipped-in colour plates and 16 b&w line illustrations. x mm (10 x 7¾"). kg.. English. Written as the sequel to The Story of Mr. Korah, this children's book continues the adventures of Mr. Korah as he is propelled into the sea by a stray cannonball and swallowed by a sea-monster. The story is by Christabel Lady Aberconway, a close friend and longtime correspondent of Somerset Maugham. : The Story of Mr Korah: With dustwrapper. Produced posthumously from sketches drawn at a dinner party ten years earlier. The Story of Mr Korah by Aberconway, Christabel: Fine () 1st. | The Children's Bookshop.

: The Story of Mr Korah: [Children's Illustrated] FIRST EDITION. Quarto (25 x 20cm), unpaginated, with three fine chromolithographic plates including a frontispiece tipped in and 16 further sketch illustrations by Whistler. Publisher's red quarter cloth over grey cloth boards, gilt titles to spine gilt figure to upper, light blue endpapers, dust-jacket. The Story of Mr Korah. ABERCONWAY, Christabel (), [WHISTLER, Rex, illustrator]. London: Michael Joseph, [Children's Illustrated] FIRST EDITION. Quarto (25 x 20cm), unpaginated, with three fine chromolithographic plates including a frontispiece tipped in and 16 further sketch illustrations by Whistler. Adrian Harrington Rare. Find The Story Of Mr Korah by Aberconway, Christabel at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers. View Our Holiday Gift Guide. We made holiday shopping easy: browse by interest, category, price or age in our bookseller curated gift guide. The Story of Mr Korah by Aberconway, Christabel. Michael Joseph. Good+ in Good+ dust jacket. Hardback. D/jkt covered in archival film, small tears on edges, marked. Grey boards, corners bumped, red binding, age-toned on margins. Internally clean, b&w pencil illustrations and colour plates, one pencil note inside front board, binding tight.; x x cm; 42 pages.

Korah, the Man of Stature. Korah1 was a great-grandson of Levi, the third of Jacob ’s twelve sons, and a first cousin to Moses and Aaron, the Jewish leader and High Priest, respectively.. Korah was born in Egypt,2 at the time when the Jews were enslaved to King Pharaoh. He experienced the miraculous Exodus from Egypt and journey through the Red Sea on dry land, and received the Torah at. : THE STORY OF MR KORAH: 1st Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Grey cloth with red spine. Gilt vignette to lower front corner. Delightful tipped-in colour plates and b/w drawings. How Mr. Korah is taken captive by an octopus but lives to tell the tale. Wonderful! Minimal bumping to spine. Name in ink to front endpaper. Toggle book search form. Select type of book search you would like to make. Enter terms or ISBN number you wish to find More Search Options. Search. Advanced Book Search; Browse by Subject; Specials. Discount Books; Free Shipping The Story of Mr. Korah. Add to basket Buy Now. Korah. A Levite, who rebelled against Moses and Aaron, and so against Jehovah. He was a cousin of Moses; for their fathers Izhar and Amram were brothers, Exodus He was jealous of the civil authority and priestly dignity conferred by God upon Moses and Aaron, his own cousins, while he was simply a Levite; and to obtain a part at least of their power for himself, he stirred up a factious.