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Hilaire Belloc - A Memoir

by Morton, J.B.:

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First edition. x, 181 pp. Frontispiece - b/w portrait of Belloc. A personal memoir which is "an attempt to recapture Belloc as a man rather than as a writer". A record of thirty years' friendship. A little light browning on eps and a few spots of foxing on front edge. Red cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Top edge red. Overall condition VG. In VG- illustrated dust wrapper.


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