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World's Greatest Literature - Ten - 10 - Volumes By Various Authors (Detailed In Description) - Used Books - Hardcover - 1949 - from KEENER BOOKS (Member IOBA) and

World's Greatest Literature - Ten - 10 - Volumes

by Various Authors (Detailed In Description)

Condition: Good with No Dust Jacket as issued


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Chicago, Illinois: Fountain Press. Good with No Dust Jacket as issued. 1949. Hard Cover. No Jacket as Issued. Books are Good (some have slight spine split at title page or light spot on cover) to Very Good condition. Scarce, Out Of Print, Books. Included are: The Vicar of Wakefield and The Deserted Village by Oliver Goldsmith * Ben-Hur, A Tale of The Christ by Lew Wallace * Plain Tales From The Hills by Rudyard Kipling * The Luck of Roaring Camp And Other Sketches by Francis Bret Harte * Selected Essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson * The Last Days of Pompeii by Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton * The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne * Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte * Best Loved Plays by William Shakespeare * Tales of Mystery and Imagination by Edgar Allan Poe. .

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