MY NOVEL by Pisistratus Caxton or Varieties in English Life Two Volumes bound as one
by Bulwer - Lytton, Sir Edward
London: Routledge and Co. Very Good. 1856. Hardcover. (iv), 396; 471 pages; Bound in half marbled calf with marbled boards, leather splitting along front hinge, but reattached, secure. Twenty-sixth thousand. OCLC: 4364376 This is the second of Bulwer-Lytton's Caxton sagas. Having been laid low by his unrequited love for the aristocratic Fanny with her social aspirations, Pisistratus looks closer to home and marries a distant cousin. The two Caxton sagas suggest many parallels between the past, as seen in The Caxtons, and the "present" of this second novel, emphasizing the dominance of human nature and temperment over transient circumstanaces. . (Inventory #: 39432)
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