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The French: Portrait of a People by  1932-  Ted - Hardcover - from The Owl at the Bridge (SKU: 47473)

The French: Portrait of a People

The French: Portrait of a People by  1932-  Ted - Hardcover - from The Owl at the Bridge (SKU: 47473)

The French: Portrait of a People

by Sanche de Gramont. Morgan, Ted, 1932-

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NY, Putnam [1969]. Hard Cover. 479 p.; 23 cm. "About ten years later [i.e. after publishing this], the author reärranged the letters in his surname into the anagram “T. Morgan” and legally changed his name to Ted Morgan; took out American citizenship; and published a string of best-selling biographies. The book is fun, because— although the author knows France very well— he doesn’t much admire it. Good+; pencil underlining in the opening chapter; no dust jacket; Good+. Stock#47473.

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Bookseller Inventory #
47473
Title
The French: Portrait of a People
Author
Sanche de Gramont. Morgan, Ted, 1932-
Format/binding
Hard Cover
Book condition
Used
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
NY, Putnam [1969]
Keywords
France
Bookseller catalogs
History: Europe; History: France;

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