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The English Rogue : Described in the Life of Meriton Latroon, A Witty Extravagant

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'Being a complete history of the most eminent cheats of both sexes.' The original manuscript was described by the censor of 1665 'too much smutty' and it was revised to pass the censor. The book was a hit.
Richard Head (born ca. 1637 in Ireland, died before June 1686 at sea near the Isle of Wight) was an author, playwright and bookseller. He became famous with his satirical novel The English Rogue (1665) – one of the earliest novels in English that found a continental translation.
This 1928 edition includes Head's original volume and 2 of Richard Kirkman's (his publisher) added volumes.
No dust jacket, blue hard cover is bumped and worn. The pages are good and clean.

Item details

Author(s):
Richard Head and Francis Kirkman
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1928
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
660
Publisher:
George Routledge & Sons

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'Being a complete history of the most eminent cheats of both sexes.' The original manuscript was described by the censor of 1665 'too much smutty' and it was revised to pass the censor. The book was a hit.
Richard Head (born ca. 1637 in Ireland, died before June 1686 at sea near the Isle of Wight) was an author, playwright and bookseller. He became famous with his satirical novel The English Rogue (1665) – one of the earliest novels in English that found a continental translation.
This 1928 edition includes Head's original volume and 2 of Richard Kirkman's (his publisher) added volumes.
No dust jacket, blue hard cover is bumped and worn. The pages are good and clean.

Author(s):
Richard Head and Francis Kirkman
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1928
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
660
Publisher:
George Routledge & Sons

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