|Product Name||Castle Rackrent|
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|Width||0.46 inches (convert)|
|Height||9 inches (convert)|
|Length||6 inches (convert)|
|Weight||10.4 ounces (convert)|
|Long Description||ReadHowYouWant publishes a wide variety of best selling books in Large and Super Large fonts in partnership with leading publishers. EasyRead books are available in 11pt and 13pt. type. EasyRead Large books are available in 16pt, 16pt Bold, and 18pt Bold type. EasyRead Super Large books are available in 20pt. Bold and 24pt. Bold Type. You choose the format that is right for you. Published in 1800, “Castle Rackrent” is regarded as the first family saga and first regional novel in English. It chronicles the lives of four generations of 18th-century Irish landlords, and how their negligent behaviour towards life and money takes them to the edge of bankruptcy and ruin. A stimulating satire! To find more titles in your format, Search in Books using EasyRead and the size of the font that makes reading easier and more enjoyable for you.|
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