No Love Lost: A Romance of Travel
Does anyone know if "No Love Lost: A Romance of Travel" was ever published as "No Love Lost: A Story of Venice." I ask because a presentation copy that was issued in September 1869 three months before book publication has a dust jacket that used the sub-title "A Story of Venice." As far as I know, all copies of the book had "A Romance of Travel" on the title page. I also see that it was published in Putnam's Magazine in December 1868 with the "Romance of Travel" sub-title, so I wonder where the "Story of Venice" sub-title came from. Perhaps that was just an early idea for the title that never appeared anywhere in print except inadvertently on this dust jacket?
North Canaan, CT
Mr. Godburn is working on a book, "Nineteenth Century Dust Jackets," that will be published in the next year by the Private Libraries Association in England.