O'Donnell. 10,000. [with]: Aita Tettauen. Secundo millar; 14,000.
by PeREZ GALDoS, Benito (1843-1920).
Madrid:: Perez Galdos, 1904-05., 1904. 2 vols. bound in 1. Small 8vo. 335; 335 pp. Later yellow cloth, deep red leather gilt-stamped spine label, [fourth series: 3], with original printed wrappers bound in; freckled. Paper uniformly browned. Very good. Benito Perez Galdos, the famous and prolific (31 novels and more) realist novelist, is sometimes considered second only to Cervantes as a Spanish writer. Of his O'Donnell: a precarious and difficult political situation serve as counterpoint in this episode, swings Teresa Villaescusa, a frivolous girl belonging to the Madrid middle class whose vices and virtues reflect the country. Aita Tettauen is within the period of Spanish wars in the troubled nineteenth century, set within the colorful city of Tettauen and Moors, Jews and renegades participate in the drama of this novel.
(Inventory #: GG01495)
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