Lot 426 of 515:
Dutch Victorian novel about brain-damaged boy  

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$200 - $300

Title:
God’s Fool: A Koopstad Story

Author:
Maartens, Maarten [pseudonym Joost Marius Willem van der Poorten Schwartz]

Place:
London

Publisher:
Richard Bentley and Son

Date:
1892

Description:

3 volumes. (8vo) original green cloth, Mudie's label on each front board, gilt lettering. First Edition

A Dutch author who wrote in English, and whose realistic tales of Dutch life made him one of the most popular late Victorian novelists. God’s Fool is the most striking in his series of Koopstad stories, all of which chronicled middle-class Dutch characters. Here, the title character is a brain-damaged boy named Elias who is cheated out of inheritance by his brothers. 


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Condition:
Bindings worn and cocked; otherwise very good.


 
Item number:
300087
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