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Kappa [Jan 01, 1951] Akutagawa, Ryunosuke

Condition: Good


Good. Hardcover (Hokuseido Press, 1949); new edition (revised); first edition thus; no dust jacket; pages clean, tight, unmarked, tanned at the edges; paper-covered boards have the author's painting of a Kappa on front board, Japanese calligraphy on back; frontispiece portrait of the author, with tissue-guard; backstrip and edges of covers darkened; small chip at top of backstrip; 1/2-inch closed tear in middle of backstrip; binding sound and square; gift inscription on flyleaf; ship next day in bubblewrap; email confirmation.

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