Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz. Very Good. 1842. Hardcover. Tauchnitz Collection of British Authors; 414 pages; Bound in quarter black with marbled boards, leather rubbed at extremities, gilt flaked from spines. Copyright Edition. OCLC: 8824528 Todd & Bowden 23e Godolphin is a satirical 19th-century novel about the life of an idealistic man Percy Godolphin and his eventual lover Constance Vernon. The book traces their rise to prominence among the London elite. Some cite this work as the first in which Bulwer-Lytton introduces an occult element. The other work contained in this volume Falkland was Bulwer-Lytton's first. . (Inventory #: 39336)
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