The silver domino, or, Side whispers, social and literary
- Corelli, Marie, 1855-1924
- Additional Titles:
- Silver domino and Side whispers, social and literary
- London : Lamley and Co., Exhibition Road, 1894.
Chilworth ; London : The Gresham Press, Unwin Brothers
- Nineteenth edition / with author's note to this issue.
- Physical Description:
- xvi, 365 pages ; 19 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Lamley & Co. and Gresham Press
- Openeth discourse -- Soliloquiseth on little manners -- Pronounceth on lesser morals -- Of savages and skeletons -- How names are superior to persons -- Converseth with Lord Salisbury -- Chatter with the Grand Old Man -- Of the true journalist and his creed -- Of writers in grooves -- Of the social elephant -- The story of a South African dream -- Questioneth concerning the slough of despond -- Describeth the pious publisher -- Of certain great poets -- Of more poets -- To a mighty genius [Rudyard Kipling] -- Concerning a great fraternity -- Eulogiseth Andrew [Andrew Lang]-- Byron Loquitur -- Maketh exit.
- Penn State Authors Collection.
- Author is Marie Corelli.
Lining-papers decorated with floral chinz pattern in olive.
Rare Books copy: in publisher's original pictorial black cloth; no dust jacket; former owner's dated inscription on front free endpaper: "C. Henry, Montpelier Hotel, Bristol, Aug. 8. 1896"; marginalia in faint pencil on a few pages in opening essay.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Binding Information:
- Publisher's pictorial black cloth (diagonal diaper grain); star field design stamped in silver on covers and spine, quarter sun with rays in silver at bottom corner of front cover; titles in silver outline with dropout black and silver shading inside.
- Source of Acquisition:
- Rare Books copy: Purchased from David Mason books; 2016.
- Related Materials:
- Marie Corelli collection, 1844-1934 (9916); Located at: Special Collections Library, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
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