Everyman's Encyclopaedia

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cover of 5th edition

Everyman's Encyclopaedia is an encyclopedia published by Joseph Dent from 1913 as part of the Everyman's Library.

Editions[edit]

  1. 1913-4 - ed. Andrew Boyle, 12 vols, boxed.[1] (London and New York: E.P. Dutton & co.) OCLC 4863695
  2. 1931-1933 - ed. Athelstan Ridgway; Eric John Holmyard OCLC 29825201
  3. 1949-51 - ed. Athelstan Ridgway OCLC 67542127
  4. 1958-9 - ed. Ernest Franklin Bozman OCLC 7097798
  5. 1967-8, reprint 1972 - ed. Ernest Franklin Bozman, twelve volumes OCLC 19518 OCLC 222655867
  6. 1978 - David A. Girling, twelve volumes.[2] ISBN 0-460-04098-7; OCLC 4897237

In North American it was published as:[3]

  • Macmillan Everyman's Encyclopedia (fourth edition, 1958) OCLC 1597392
  • International Everyman's Encyclopedia(fifth edition, 1967)

A 1986 edition called The New Illustrated Everyman's Encyclopaedia, edited by John Paxton, was published by Octopus Books, ISBN 0-7064-2565-0.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "All the facts with no bulk". The Independent. December 7, 1914. Retrieved July 24, 2012. 
  2. ^ Rene Elvin (May 1979). "Lettre de Londres". Revue des deux mondes: 490–500. 
  3. ^ Kenneth F. Kister (1986). Best Encyclopedias. Oryx Press. p. 79. ISBN 0-89774-171-4. 

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