First People's Edition (1898). Published by Macmillan & Co. Ltd., London. The books are in a good condition for their age, with the decorated green boards showing signs of age and wear. These editions were published three years after the first edition. The covers are similar to the Alice's Adventure in Wonderland, also published in the same year.
The books are a tale regarding the fairy siblings, Sylvie and Bruno. Illustrated throughout, with designs by Harry Furniss. This work entwines two plots set in alternative worlds; rural England and fairytale kingdoms. The fairytale satirizes English society, specifically academia. The work was originally issued in two volumes, as is for sale.
Sylvie and Bruno, Sylvie and Bruno Concluded by Lewis Carroll
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