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Love And Marriage by  M.D  Bill . With Introduction BY Alvin Poussaint - First  Edition - 1989 - from Gilt Edge Books and

Love And Marriage

by Cosby, Bill . With Introduction BY Alvin Poussaint, M.D

Condition: Very Good/Very Good

New York: Doubleday, 1989. America's funniest man and favorite father is delighted to bring you "Love and Marriage" together again for the first time. Join Cosby as he tiptoes into childhood romance, stumbles upon adolescent infatuation, and falls in love, and out, and in again, all as part of the application process to the institution of marriage. As tender as it is racy, as embracing as it is skeptical, this is a book for anyone who is, was, or ever will be in love. White boards with gilt rose embossed to front board. Red cloth spine with gilt print. No ownership markings. Price-intact photo dust jacket.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.


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