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(PATER, Walter). Walter Satyr, Anne Langdrew and Walter Lavish Slander - Imaginary Lectures reported by Walter Satyr, Anne Langdrew and Walter Lavish Slander for The Morningside and now for the first time Collected with additional Lectures, an Imaginary Address and an Imaginary Interview into a book and with them the Original Pictures by Malcolm A. Strauss, Huger Elliott and W.H. Schanck.

New York, The Morningside, 1900. First edition. 25 x 19 cm. Original boards with title ticket. 88 pp. Uncut. Illustrated. Printed in 500 numbered copies. Small spots on lower cover. Book is slightly slanted. Some foxing. Morningside is the neighbourhood in Manhattan, New York, where Columbia University, founded in 1754, was moved to in 1896. This collection of 'Imaginary Lectures' not only satirizes Walter Pater and his 'Imaginary Portraits' (and Walter Savage Landor) but also various professors of Columbia University, who have been portrayed by Strauss, Elliott and Schanck. An excellent prank!
EUR 30.00 [Appr.: US$ 32.44 | £UK 25.75 | JP• 4878] Book number 257602

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