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The Marionettes [Limited Edition] by  William FAULKNER - First Thus - 1975] - from Lorne Bair Rare Books and Biblio.com

The Marionettes [Limited Edition]

by FAULKNER, William

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[Charlottesville: Bibliographical Society, University of Virginia, 1975]. First Thus. Hardcover. Limited to 100 copies of which this is no. 41. Folio (32.5cm.); leaves loose as issued in brown boards, matching slipcase, brown printed paper label mounted to upper slipcase cover; illus. Slipcase paper a bit bubbled, a couple corners slightly pulled, else a Near Fine, unopened copy. Printed at the Alderman Press.





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