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The Prisoner of Zenda: Illustrated by Mireille Fauchon

The Prisoner of Zenda: Illustrated by Mireille Fauchon
Library Shelf Location ABC-FOUR
Publication Date 2011
Description

NOTE: THIS ARTIST'S BOOK IS HELD IN BALTIC ARCHIVE NOT THE LIBRARY. Please email archive@balticmill.com for an appointment or see staff.

The seventh in our series of Four Corners Familiars takes us to Ruritania, a land redolent of many Central European countries, but not on any map. There, an English gentleman is mistaken for the country's soon-to-be-crowned King and falls into this remarkable doppelganger to protect the nation's best interests.

Mireille Fauchon's edition of the classic adventure novel introduces us to the landscape, people and customs of Ruritania, and to a time (thankfully long-distant) when the English regarded the rest of Europe as a strange and sinister place.

The typefaces used in this edition are: Rudy, for the display text, designed for this edition by John Morgan and Adrien Vasquez; Renner Antique Medium for the body text; Venus Linkskursiv for the colophon.

ISBN 9780956192851
Quantity 1
Pages 272 pages; 9 × 15 cm
Format Hardback
Publisher Four Corners Books, London
Related Artist Mireille Fauchon
Categories BALTIC Artists' Book Collection (by appointment), Illustration, Artists' Books
Keywords Four Corners Familiars, Fiction, Literature, Storytelling

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