Innocent: Her Fancy and His Fact. Marie CORELLI.

Innocent: Her Fancy and His Fact.

London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1914. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. viii + 432pp. Blue cloth lettered & decorated in white & gilt on spine & boards. A novel by Marie Corelli, 1855-1924, an enormously popular British writer of often occult-themed fiction. Corelli's novels such as Ardath, A Romance of Two Worlds, The Sorrows of Satan, The Soul of Lilith, and Ziska, are considered by some to be minor classics of supernatural fiction. Her books had a wide readership - including Gerald Gardner who had four of her novels in his library - and Aleister Crowley, who refered to her in several book reviews. Spine darkened & rubbed, boards lightly worn with a few small edge-bumps, corners bumped, page-edges browned, owner's name-stamp on front free endpaper, else a solid near VG copy (no dust jacket). Item #51885

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