Mademoiselle de Maupin (Modern Library #53.1; limp leatherette spine #2)
by GAUTIER, Theophilé
- Very Good- with no dust jacket
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New York: The Modern Library. Very Good- with no dust jacket. [c.1919-25]. Hardcover. The 1835 historical romance in a Modern Library reprint edition. No translator is credited for rendering this work into English. With lengthy preface lacking attribution. --- In Toledano spine #2: full green leatherette limp boards, gilt lettering and decorations on cover and spine, and with publisher's brown topstain. With Brodzky illustrated M-L endpapers. Undated, likely published c.1919-1925. Lacks a dust jacket. ML #53.1. --- In pretty good shape, but with beginnings of split near title page and general yellowing to leaves. (Scarce in this edition.) ; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; xxxvi, 294 pages .
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- GAUTIER, Theophilé
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- New York
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