THE BUNTLING BALL - A Graeco-American Play A Social Satire
by Fawcett, Edgar ; C. D. Weldon (illustrator)
New York: Funk & Wagnalls. Very Good. 1885. Hardcover. 154 pages; Former owner's name "Grace G. W. Smith - 1886 -" on first blank, otherwise clean and secure in original green cloth binding with decorative gilt stamping. Erasure mark on ffep, cloth worn a bit at spine ends and corners, still a nice example of this Victorian book. Full-page and in-text illustrations by C. D. Weldon. Edgar Fawcett (1847 – 1904) was a nineteenth century American novelist and poet. Born in New York City in 1847, Fawcett lived most of his life in the City. Many of his novels and plays, such as Purple and Fine Linen (1873), Buntling Ball (1885), and New York (1898), are amusing satirical studies of the New York high society he observed at close hand. . (Inventory #: 39269)
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