The memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi,
translated into English by John Addington Symonds, with essays on Italian impromptu comedy, Gozzi's life, the dramatic fables, and Pietro Longhi, by the translator. With portrait and six original etchings by Adolphe Lalauze; also eleven subjects illustrating Italian comedy by Maurice Sand engraved on copper by A. Manceau, and coloured by hand.
|Main Creator:||Gozzi, Carlo, 1720-1806.|
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London, John C. Nimmo, 1890.
"Five hundred and twenty copies ... for England, and two hundred and sixty for America." This is number 335.
"Books used and referred to in this work": v. 1, [xiii]-xiv.
Physical description: 2 volumes illustrations (some color) 23.1 cm