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The child of Montmartre. [By] Paul Léautaud. Translated from the French by Humphrey Hare

by Greene, Graham.)   Léautaud, Paul  

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New York: Random House, 1959 ¶ First American edition. The dust-jacket prints a short blurb by Graham Greene. ||| Collation: In 16s (184 x 124 mm): Pp. 256. Binding: Black cloth, dust-jacket (upper flap imperfect). Reference: LCCN 59010812. ||| For further details please contact Jay Dillon Rare Books + Manuscripts. .


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