"The tale tells that all was dark there, and Jurgen could see no one": James Branch Cabell's Jurgen

  • Jurgen: A Comedy of Justice.
  • Jurgen: A Comedy of Justice.
  • Jurgen: A Comedy of Justice.
  • Jurgen: A Comedy of Justice.

Jurgen: A Comedy of Justice.

$50.00

Item Number: 101682

London: John Lane The Bodley Head Limited, 1923.

Early printing of Cabell’s famed fantasy novel. Octavo, original cloth, top edge red. In very good condition.

Cabell's Jurgen gained notoriety almost immediately following publication in 1919. A humorous romp through a medieval cosmos, including a send-up of Arthurian legend, and excursions to Heaven and Hell as in The Divine Comedy, the work is now widely recognized as a landmark in the creation of the comic fantasy novel, influencing Robert A. Heinlein, Terry Pratchett and many others.

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