Madame De Treymes
by WHARTON, EDITH
- First Edition. Only very light rubbing at the extremities, else a fine copy; with a clipped signature of the author tipped in on
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Madame de Treymes an important, early Edith Wharton novel about the differences between American and European society, published the year she left the United States to take up permanent residency in France.
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- Peter L. Stern & Company, Inc. (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Madame De Treymes
- WHARTON, EDITH
- Book condition
- Used - First Edition. Only very light rubbing at the extremities, else a fine copy; with a clipped signature of the author tipped in on
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date published
Terms of Sale
Peter L. Stern & Company, Inc.
About the Seller
About Peter L. Stern & Company, Inc.
Specializing in 19th and 20th century literature, signed and inscribed books, and manuscripts we maintain a high quality inventory. Our shop is located in the heart of Newton Centre where we are open by chance or appointment
In the long-standing tradition of the rare book trade we continue to mail regular catalogues to our customers. We are easily accessible via the MBTA Green Line's D Branch. We travel widely and attend both international and local book fairs.
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