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Hodder and Stoughton, 1965. Sm.cr.8vo format, perfect-bound; biographical note leaf at end, with advertisement on verso; pp.190+[ii]; glazed maroon cloth-textured boards, lettered, ruled, and blocked gilt, embossed with publisher’s device, maroon-through-gilt, on spine. Publisher’s label on front board, title-page and dust-wrapper (v. note); otherwise an extremely fine copy in a dust-wrapper fine apart from the label. Publisher’s File Copy, so designated by the labels. Priced on the dust-wrapper at 16s Net. Hubin, p.100 All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.
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