A Strange Story
Lytton, the Right Hon. Lord

London: George Routledge & Sons, 1901. 537 pages; (from the first Preface): "...the supernatural is indispensable to the Epic, and why it is allowable to all works of imagination, in which Art looks on Nture with Man's inner sense of a something beyond and above her...."; with influences from the Occult, Supernatural, tale partially set in Australia; previous owner armorial bookplate on front pastedown of E. & E.R. Mackintosh with the Mackintosh clan's motto "Touch Not The Cat Bot A Glove"; Edward George Lytton Bulwer-1st Baron (1803-1873) English novelist, playwright, essayist, poet and politician, had enormous literary output, vastly popular during his lifetime. (Chambers); red polished calf leather spine and corners, marbled-paper covered boards, marbled edges, gilt spine label and decorations; light wear to binding, front inner endpaper splitting, binding solid; some browning to leaves; very good condition and in an attractive leather binding. Very Good (Item ID: 13770)


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