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Casanova Society: 1925. Quarto; some foxing to endpapers, original blue paper boards, vellum spine. Limited edition, number 115 of 750: translation in blank verse and prose by the poet and critic Richard Calverley Trevelyan.
London: 1791. Octavo; later half maroon morocco, with marbled sides. A tragedy about incest which suffered from more than the usual attention from pirateers. In the preface the author offered an apology for its appearance in public, claiming "it is solely to avoid its being rendered still worse by a....
London: George Bell, 1886. Octavo; uncut copy in original red cloth, gilt device on upper board. Author's signed presentation copy. Like so many of his contemporaries, Woolner was lured to the Australian goldfields in the hope of securing a fortune. After six months without success he settled briefly in Melbourne...