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Appointment with Sigmund Freud by  Sophie Calle - 1st Edition - 2005 - from Trumpington Fine Books Limited and

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Appointment with Sigmund Freud

by Calle, Sophie

Condition: Fine /No Jacket

London: Thames & Hudson. Hardcover. 0500511993 155pp. 2005. First UK Edition. 12mo. sized. A lovely, fresh, clean, tight, bright near fine copy in original publisher's peach coloured cloth boards stamped in pink to the front board and the spine. A slight bump to the head of the spine. No inscriptions. The text supported by a number of photographs in colour and b/w. Perhaps the slightest of faint soil marks to the rear board. A lovely, fresh, clean, tight well preserved copy. . Fine. 2005. 1st Edition.


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