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D.H.Lawrence: An American Interpretation

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D.H.Lawrence: An American Interpretation

by Seligmann, Herbert J

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  • hardcover
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About This Item

Thomas Seltzer, 1924; Good hardcover, paper label over cloth; solid text block and binding; no markings; spine foot frayed; rear endpaper torn out; no dust jacket.

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Title
D.H.Lawrence: An American Interpretation
Author
Seligmann, Herbert J
Book condition
Used
Binding
Hardcover

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jacket
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