Bon Gaultier Ballads
A popular collection of parodies and light poems that first appeared in 1845. By Scottish writers William Edmondstoune Aytoun and Theodore Martin, who assumed the Bon Gaultier nom de plume in the fashion of Rabelais. Among the authors parodied are Tennyson (“Locksley Hall”) and E.B. Browning (“The Rhyme of Sir Lancelot Bogle”).
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|Title||The Book of Ballads by Bon Gaultier|
|Description||Blue cloth/gilt titling and design/all edges gilt|
|Dimensions||1" w, 7.75" h, 6" d|
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