THOMAS J. WISE IN THE ORIGINAL CLOTH, THE BIOGRAPHY OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL LITERARY FORGER THE WORLD HAS EVER KNOWN. Appendix by George Bernard Shaw.
Reprint of the 1974 edition. The first biographical and critical study of Thomas James Wise, who has gained immortality as the perpetrator of the most original and extensive series of forgeries in the British literary annals. Spine of jacket faded.
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