1952 Lesbia Brandon
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Considered one of the leading decadent poets of the Nineteenth Century, the decadent nature of whom is particulary evident in this novel, Swinburne is said to have professed to more vice than he induldged in, with Oscar Wilde stating that Swinburne was a "a braggart in matters of vice, who had done everything he could to convince his fellow citizens of his homosexuality and bestiality without being in the slightest degree a homosexual or a bestialiser".
In cloth binding with gilt detailing and original, unclipped dustwrapper. Externally very smart, there is some sunning to the backstrip and minor shelfwear. The dustwrapper features some ageing as well as rubbing and chipping to extremities and wear to joints. Internally, the pages are firmly bound and generally bright and clean, aside from some minor foxing to endpages.
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