France in 1829-30 (Two Volumes, Complete Set)
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Half calf and marbled paper, gilt-stamped ornament on compartmented spine, gilt-stamped lettering in red and black leather spine labels. Boards rubbed; scuffing at corners and along spine. Lady Morgan's was an Irish novelist, whose observations of France under the Bourbon Restoration were attacked with outrageous fury by John Wilson Croker in the "Quarterly Review," -- accusing her of Jacobinism, falsehood, licentiousness and impiety. She took her revenge with a wicked caricature of him in her novel "Florence Macarthy.". Bookseller Inventory # D1348
Title: France in 1829-30 (Two Volumes, Complete Set...
Publisher: Saunders and Otley, London
Publication Date: 1830
Book Condition: Very Good+
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