A Fatal Fiddle the Commonplace Tragedy of a Snob and Other Stories

A Fatal Fiddle the Commonplace Tragedy of a Snob and Other Stories By Edward Heron-Allen, A Fatal Fiddle the Commonplace Tragedy of a Snob and Other Stories Published by Tartarus Press in association with for the members of the Heron Allen Society the John P and Barbara P Mahoney Charitable Trust Printed lithographically on gsm Inuit tactile paper sew
  • Title: A Fatal Fiddle the Commonplace Tragedy of a Snob and Other Stories
  • Author: Edward Heron-Allen
  • ISBN: 9781905784233
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Fatal Fiddle the Commonplace Tragedy of a Snob and Other Stories By Edward Heron-Allen, Published by Tartarus Press in association with for the members of the Heron Allen Society the John P and Barbara P Mahoney Charitable Trust.Printed lithographically on 130gsm Inuit tactile paper, sewn and bound in Colarado cloth, with Hewitt marbled endpapers, headbands, tailbands,ribbon marker and justjacket.Illustrated by E L DurandIn an edition limitePublished by Tartarus Press in association with for the members of the Heron Allen Society the John P and Barbara P Mahoney Charitable Trust.Printed lithographically on 130gsm Inuit tactile paper, sewn and bound in Colarado cloth, with Hewitt marbled endpapers, headbands, tailbands,ribbon marker and justjacket.Illustrated by E L DurandIn an edition limited to 99 numbered copies at 35 post free worldwide , of which the first ten will be bound in full leather price on application Out of print on publication.Contents A Fatal Fiddle , The Lute Girl s Charm , On a Roman Balcony , An Atlantic Tragedy , An Eternal Expiation , My First Love , An Induced Dream , A Desperate Remedy , My Breach of Trust , The Heresy of Spencer Carlyon , and Autobiography of a Disembodied Spirit.Edward Heron Allen was a polymath whose achievements spanned many different disciplines from the recognised sciences to divination, through violin making, literature and translation, to horticulture and local history.Heron Allen had literary ambitions early in life and gave up his job in the family firm of solicitors to pursue this end He became friendly with Oscar Wilde and moved in social circles which lead to meetings with 1890s men of letters such as Andr Raffalovich and Walter Pater It was while in America in the 1880s lecturing on palmistry that Heron Allen made his first serious attempt at fiction His novel, The Princess Daphne, was published in 1888 and was followed a year later by his collection of stories, A Fatal Fiddle 1889 Both display his interests in the occult and the supernatural.It was entirely appropriate that the long title story of this collection should reflect his passion for the violin Heron Allen wrote and lectured on the art of violin making, having become a casual apprentice of George Charnot one of the greatest violin makers of the time Heron Allen s book, Violin Making As It Was and Is has been continuously in print since its first publication in 1884.In its first edition A Fatal Fiddle is ludicrously rare, and we are pleased to make it available once again, with the original illustrations by E.L Durand.Published by Tartarus Press in association with for the members of The Edward Heron Allen Society.
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