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Edward Bulwer-Lytton Miscellaneous Prose Works 3 vols.  

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Miscellaneous Prose Works

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George


Richard Bentley



3 volumes. (8vo), original dark purple cloth, gilt spine lettering. First Edition.

The collected essays and prose sketches of the famous novelist, in which is included a biography of Schiller, essays on Goldsmith, Lamb and the Romantics, Thomas Gray, Thomas Browne, the influence of love on literature and a series of introspective and interesting pieces entitled "Written in Maturity," which originally appeared in Blackwood's Magazine under the general title of "Caxtoniana." Scarce. 

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Light wear to cloth with some fraying at spines; scattered light foxing; very good.

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