Constantinople. Edmondo DE AMICIS, Caroline TILTON, translated from the seventh Italian.


New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1878. Octavo (20.5 cm); green cloth pictorially stamped in gilt and black over beveled boards; iv, 326 pp., [6] pp., adverts. First published in 1877, de Amicis' evocative account of Constantinople remains one of the most popular depictions of the city and was republished in 2013 with a foreword by his fellow countryman, Umberto Eco. An about Near Fine copy with some slight rubbing to cloth and dust-soiling to page edges. Item #03792

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