Lot 51 of 338:
Frances Burney's Diary and Letters, 1846  

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Title:
Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay
Author:
[Burney, Frances]
Place:
London
Publisher:
Henry Colburn
Date:
1843
Description:

7 volumes. "Edited by her niece". Illustrated with frontispiece portraits.18.6x12 cm (7¼x4¾"), uniformly bound in period half-calf with marbled boards, tooled and lettered in gilt on spines, all edges marbled.

Frances Burney also known as Fanny Burney and after her marriage as Madame d'Arblay, was an English satirical novelist, diarist and playwright. Burney wrote four novels, of which the first, Evelina, was the most successful, and remains the most highly regarded. 

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Condition:
Light wear, mild rubbing at ends of lightly sunned spines; a few cracked hinges, occasional spots; very good or better.
 
Item number:
301728a
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