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The Public Domain Review: Selected Essays, Vol. VII
Overview
Paperback / 216mm x 140mm / 224 pages
80lb paper / full colour / 12 essays / 113 illustrations

From fishy unicorns and pre-Raphaelite wombats to Japanese folktales and Russian Walt Whitmans; from imperialist board games and Georgian toilet Twitter, to serpentine dances and Nadar’s catacombs; from socialist utopias and Victorian tripping to Pullman on Milton and pictures made by the vibrations of voice.

Twelve of our best essays from 2019 — full colour with more than 100 illustrations, all printed on sumptuous 80lb paper.

“… a gold mine of fantastic images and stories.” — The New York Times

Ships late November for delivery in time for Christmas.
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From fishy unicorns and pre-Raphaelite wombats to Japanese folktales and Russian Walt Whitmans; from imperialist board games and Georgian toilet Twitter, to serpentine dances and Nadar’s catacombs; from socialist utopias and Victorian tripping to Pullman on Milton and pictures made by the vibrations of voice.

Full colour with more than 100 illustrations, all printed on sumptuous 80lb paper.

Introduction
Adam Green

Greenland Unicorns and the Magical Alicorn
Natalie Lawrence

The Sound and the Story: Exploring the World of Paradise Lost
Philip Pullman

Loos, Lewdness, and Literature: Tales from the Boghouse
Maximillian Novak

Progress in Play: Board Games and the Meaning of History
Alex Andriesse

Get Thee to a Phalanstery: or, How Fourier Can Still Teach Us to Make Lemonade
Dominic Pettman

Photographing the Dark: Nadar’s Descent into the Paris Catacombs
Allison C. Meier

“O Uommibatto”: How the Pre-Raphaelites Became Obsessed with the Wombat
Angus Trumble

Woodblocks in Wonderland: The Japanese Fairy Tale Series
Christopher DeCou

Picturing a Voice: Margaret Watts Hughes and the Eidophone
Rob Mullender-Ross

Loie Fuller and the Serpentine
Rhonda K. Garelick

Brilliant Visions: Peyote among the Aesthetes
Mike Jay

Walt Whitman in Russia: Three Love Affairs
Nina Murray



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