by Printed by T. Snowden for John Hancock and Enoch Prosser ... in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Discoverer in masquerade, Discoverer in masquerade.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 990:5.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 285, p., 3 p. of plates|
|Number of Pages||285|
For a young woman, dreaming of taking part in a masquerade is a warning that some people from her environment lie and hide their true attitude towards her; also there is a risk that her beloved one will trick or deceive her. Masquerade in the dream book by Miller. In , British artist Kit Williams published a children's book with a great hook--if you solve the puzzle inside, you could find a buried treasure. The book sold in droves on both sides of the Atlantic, and treasure hunters flocked to England. Eventually, someone discovered the /5(13). The title of this novel—Bronx Masquerade—comes from one of Devon's verse is all about how he looks and acts one way on the outside, but he feels a totally different way inside. When you think about it, that's a pretty good summary for every poem in the book: Each of Mr. Ward's students sees him or herself a little differently than other people do. Masquerade is a picture book, written and illustrated by Kit Williams, published in August , that sparked a treasure hunt by concealing clues to the location of a jewelled golden hare, created and hidden somewhere in Britain by Williams. The book became the inspiration for a genre of books known today as armchair treasure : Kit Williams.