"Ossia La Disfida Di Barletta."
Second Edition, Fiorentina; volume I (of 2). Ettore Fioramosca was a sixteenth-century Italian nobleman. D'Azeglio's novel, published in 1833, is a work of historical fiction based on accounts of Fioramosca's life.…
"Edited by his wife." (Shore Smith)
Inscribed: "Edith Jones, February 13th 1879"
Volume I (of 2)
Bound in full calf dec. gilt.
Significant [water] damage to cover. Mold visible on pages.
Volume one includes: "Life, Letters, and Prose…
Full title: The Letters of Caius Plinius Caecilius Secundus, The Translation of Melmoth. It is “revised and corrected with additional notes and a short memoir” by Rev. F.C.T. Bosanquet. Largely unopened.
An adaption of Wharton's novel for the stage. Includes a new forward by Wharton. An error has been marked in pencil in the forward.Title page indicates that this edition was based on a "dramatization by Lowell Barrington."
"J'accuse" refers to the famous letter submitted anonymously to a French newspaper by a Jewish soldier accusing the French government of anti-Semitism.
Grelling was a German lawyer and left-wing political critic who published this book, in which he…
Translated into English from Italian; features short introduction on the life of St. Francis authored by Abby Langdon Alger; contains signature that reads "Edith Wharton Dec. 1887. In memory of Easter Monday at Assisi. April 1887"