Rabelaisian Phancies: A Narrative of Conversations Between Master Francis Rabelais, the Witty Knight Don Quixote, & Others

Rabelaisian Phancies: A Narrative of Conversations Between Master Francis Rabelais, the Witty Knight Don Quixote, & Others

Yordanus, Fryar (pseudonym for Paul Jordan Smith); Newly Edited & Corrected by John Howe

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Place Published: Birmingham
Publisher: The University Press
Date Published: 1933
Edition: First edition
Binding: Hardcover
Book Id: 39164

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76pp. Sextodecimo [17.5 cm] Red and white woven cloth over boards with a tan and black printed paper title label on the spine. Top edge trimmed; other edges rough trimmed. Very good. The text block is cracked at the beginning, however the book is still very sturdy.

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Together with the one surviving epistle of the Familiar Letters, written by Fryar Yordanus from Tierra del Fuego, & describing the Moralities of that strange Land. The author of this satire, Paul Jordan Smith, was famous for founding the art hoax movement, "Disumbrationalism."