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CITY OF THE MIND

by LIVELY, PENELOPE:

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Andre Deutsch, London, 1991. First edition, dark orange cloth, gilt title to spine, 220pp, SIGNED BY AUTHOR, VG (v sl edge wear, v sl foxed text edges, prev owner sign unobtrusive to ffep) d/w VG (v sl creases wear & tears to extrems, v sl internal foxing & v sl foxing to flaps, v sl soiled & rubbed))




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Cloth
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