A Fine and Private Place
by Callaghan, Morley
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A Fine and Private Place is a fantasy novel written by Peter S. Beagle, the first of his major fantasies. It was first published in hardcover by Viking Press on May 23, 1960, followed by a trade paperback from Delta the same year, and a regular paperback in the United Kingdom from Corgi in 1963. The first U.S. paperback publication was by Ballantine Books in 1969. The Ballantine edition was reprinted numerous times through 1988.
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- BISON BOOKS - ABAC/ILAB (CA)
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- A Fine and Private Place
- Callaghan, Morley
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- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Macmillan Of Canada
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