TRILBY (In Original PUBLISHER'S PRINTED DUST JACKET): Du Maurier, George TRILBY (In Original PUBLISHER'S PRINTED DUST JACKET): Du Maurier, George
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TRILBY (In Original PUBLISHER'S PRINTED DUST JACKET)

Du Maurier, George

Published by Osgood, McIlvaine, 1895
Used Condition Fine Hardcover
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Du Maurier, George. TRILBY. A Novel. London: Osgood, McIlvaine, 1895. 141 illustrations by the author including frontispiece. FIRST ENGLISH ONE-VOLUME EDITION AND FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION preceded only by the 1894 non-illustrated three-volume first edition which is rarely seen today. A FINE copy (gilt blazing bright) in a VERY GOOD example of the extremely uncommon ORIGINAL PUBLISHER'S PRINTED DUST JACKET which is a little chipped along the bottom edge, and at two small points near the top. But there is no loss to any of the lettering or the design. Two very small pieces of archival tape can be found on the verso of the DJ. Du Maurier (1834-1896) was one of the most successful illustrators of the last half of the Victorian era, the much acclaimed illustrator for "Punch" and other popular publications. Toward the end of his life, at the urging of Henry James, he produced three novels, the most extraordinarily successful of which was TRILBY which began hysterical Trilby-mania (the Trilby hat changed men's fashion, it became the name of a town in Florida) and introduced the character of SVENGALI, the evil mesmerist who hypnotizes the lovely Trilby into becoming a world renown diva through his dark hypnotic talents (thus serving as the inspiration for Gaston Leroux's PHANTOM OF THE OPERA). This is the novel for which Du Maurier will forever be remembered, a book which made hypnotism just as much a part of our modern culture as Svengali has become part of the English Language as the descriptor of anyone who manipulates another person in a sinister fashion through the force of mesmerizing persuasion. Bookseller Inventory # 001713


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Title: TRILBY (In Original PUBLISHER'S PRINTED DUST...

Publisher: Osgood, McIlvaine

Publication Date: 1895

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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