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Yale University Press, 1977. Fifth printing; cover faintly rubbed/bumped/soiled, corners/edges/spine ends very lightly rubbed/bumped, spine very faintly creased down the center, top corner of the front board lightly rubbed; edges faintly rubbed/bumped/sunned/soiled, marking in ink at the center of the fore- edge; interior faintly age-toned throughout, ffep very faintly soiled; binding tight; cover, edges and interior intact and clean, except where noted; due to the size/weight of this item, additional shipping charges may apply for International or Expedited orders.. hardcover. Good.
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- Munster & Company, LLC (US)
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- Bibliography of American Literature: Volume One, Henry Adams to Donn Byrne
- Blanck, Jacob (ed.)
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- Used - Good
- Yale University Press
- Date published
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Munster & Company is a family owned business with over eighteen years of experience in buying and selling books. In October of 2017, we purchased Black Oak Books, originally in Berkeley, California, and moved it all to where we live in Corvallis, Oregon. Our inventory currently features a robust number of titles on mathematics, books about books, literature, poetry, and signed books. New arrivals are listed nearly every day.
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