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Emerson Among the Eccentrics: A Group Portrait by Carlos Baker (Author); James R. Mellow (Introduction & Epilogue by) - 1st Printing - 1996 - from gearbooks and Biblio.com

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Emerson Among the Eccentrics: A Group Portrait

by Carlos Baker (Author); James R. Mellow (Introduction & Epilogue by)

Condition: Like New/Like New


New York: Viking Penguin/The Penguin Group/A Division of Penguin Books (USA), Inc., 1996. 1st Printing. Hardcover. Like New/Like New. 8vo or 8° (Medium Octavo): 7¾" x 9¾" tall. Mary E. O'Boyle (Jacket Design); Princeton University Archives (Author Photo); Brian Mulligan (Design). 608 pp. Clean, fresh copy and dj with very light shelf wear, crisp pages and clean text.




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