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THE COURT AND THE CASTLE, SOME TREATMENTS OF A RECURRENT THEME

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THE COURT AND THE CASTLE, SOME TREATMENTS OF A RECURRENT THEME

by West, Rebecca

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  • very good
  • Hardcover
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Very Good
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Yale University Press, 1957. ------Paperback, 8" tall. 317 pages......VERY GOOD CONDITION, complete and clean and solid and tight text. with signature of former owner on flyleaf. Paperback. Very Good.

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bookseller
Melanie Nelson Books US (US)
Bookseller’s Inventory #
050975
Title
THE COURT AND THE CASTLE, SOME TREATMENTS OF A RECURRENT THEME
Author
West, Rebecca
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Yale University Press
Date Published
1957

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About Melanie Nelson Books

From 1982-95 we weremail order booksellers- since 1995 we have been sellingonline.THEN-in 2007 we opened THE LITTLE RED BOOK SHACK, 2710 Route 9, Livingston, NY 12541--open weekends, noon-5pm, mid April-mid October. See website www.melanienelsonbooks.com.Thanks!

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