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Children of Transgression

G[eorgia] Vere Tyler

Georgia Vere Tyler, née Powell (c1858-1930) was an American novelist and screenwriter. She was the daughter-in-law of the 10th US President, John Tyler. This book was published in T. Fisher Unwin's First Novel Library but Tyler had written other novels before this. This title was first published in the USA by Henry Holt and Company in 1922. It is described as a powerful new handling of the Scarlet Letter dealing with the double moral standard for men and women. The dust jacket is known only from the entry for the book at the National Library of Wales which states in the notes Dj by Blam. I hope to see the book when the Library is open.

First British edition

Bibliography code: TFU-22.8

Publisher: T. Fisher Unwin

Series: First Novel Library

Year: 1922

Format: 8vo

Pages: 302

Binding: not seen

Size: 190 x 130 mm (probable)

Dust jacket: not seen, but signed Blam

Internal illustrations: not seen

Price: 7 shillings 6 pence (from advert)

Printing history: not seen

Printed by: not seen

Notes: none

Image of dust jacket