The House in Paris
by Bowen, Elizabeth
- very good
- Very Good/Very Good
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Alfred A Knopf, 1936. First edition (Pub M, Y). Red cloth, gilt titles, dark green topstain. A novel concerning two children living in Paris. Book very good minus with evidence of waterstaining to cloth at spine and bottom edge, darkening to pastedowns and overall aging. DJ also very good minus with equivalent stains, chipping at spine-ends and flap folds, price clipped. 268 pp.. 1st Edition.. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.
Elizabeth Bowen died in 1973.
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- The House in Paris
- Bowen, Elizabeth
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- Used - Very Good
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- Very Good
- 1st Edition.
- Alfred A Knopf
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- price clipped
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