The True History Of The Adventures Of Fanny Hackabout Jones
|Publisher||New American Library|
New American Library, 1980. FIRST EDITION, number line 2-9. Excellent condition, red cloth with bright gold decorations and lettering, slight corner bumps. Original illustrated dust jacket in very good condition, not price clipped, small closed edge tears. Map decorated endpapers. FANNY:The True History of the Adventures of Fanny Hackabout Jones - This novel, a faithful reflection of 18th-century attitudes and tone, is a highly entertaining, wildly funny story of a woman whose consciousness and aspirations are thoroughly contemporary. A heroine with whom women everywhere can identify. Comprising her Life at Lymeworth, her Initiation as a Witch, her Travels with the Merry Men, her life in the Brothel, her London High Life, her Slaving Voyage, her Life as a Female Pyrate, her eventual Unravelling of her Destiny, etc. Signed and dated "2007" by author on title page. 505 pages.