THE GIRL WITH THE SWANSDOWN SEAT, an Informal Report on Some Aspects of Mid-Victorian Morality,

By: Cyril Pearl

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THE GIRL WITH THE SWANSDOWN SEAT, an Informal Report on Some Aspects of Mid-Victorian Morality, by Cyril Pearl
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Robin Clark, publisher, London - ISBN:0860720438, 1980. softcover, 5¼" x 7¾. SIGNED book in VERY GOOD condition. SIGNED ON TITLE PAGE BY CYRIL PEARL. In this richly amusing and historically important study, we are introduced to London's glittering nighthouses, where love and liquor were dispensed until dawn; we meet fabulous daughters of the game like Skittles ('the girl with the swansdown seat') the innkeeper's daughter whom Royalty befriended, and the barmaid who became France's unconsecrated Empress - all people robust in their pleasures and jealous of their personal freedoms! Six b&w illustrations.

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