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Couverture souple | 10 juin 2010 | Anglais

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On no. 1, p. 4: "Avowedly written by the Westminster Boys"; authorship attributed to Robert Southey, among others, while at Westminster School (cf. NCBEL). Title from half-title; title page of no. 1 lacking in copy cataloged. Title and designation repeated as caption on first page of text. Imprint from title page of no.2; imprint includes year of publication. Satiric essays against flogging, invoking Christian theology and attributing corporal punishment to the Devil.

London [England] : printed for the authors; and sold by T. and J. Egerton, near Whitehall, M DCC XCII. [1792]. 9 v. ; 8°
Titre :The Flagellant.Format :Couverture soupleDimensions de l'article :150 pages, 9,69 × 7,44 × 0,32 poDimensions à l'expédition :9,69 × 7,44 × 0,32 poPublié le :10 juin 2010Langue :Anglais

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ISBN - 10 :117003361X

ISBN - 13 :9781170033616