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A Month in the Country (New York Review Books Classics)

A Month in the Country (New York Review Books Classics)

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A Month in the Country (New York Review Books Classics)

by J.L. Carr, Michael Holroyd

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ISBN 10
0940322471
ISBN 13
9780940322479
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NYRB Classics, October 2000. Trade Paperback. Very Good. This wonderfully maintained paperback looks unread with no spine creases and minimal shelf wear.

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Book People US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
45945
Title
A Month in the Country (New York Review Books Classics)
Author
J.L. Carr, Michael Holroyd
Format/Binding
Trade Paperback
Book Condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity Available
1
Binding
Paperback
ISBN 10
0940322471
ISBN 13
9780940322479
Publisher
NYRB Classics
Place of Publication
New York
Date Published
October 2000
Pages
135

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Book People RVA has been serving readers around the world since 1980. Known as the Richmond metro-area book provider for those who prefer a warm, customer-focused buying experience, Book People offers new and used fiction and non-fiction titles and many literary genres. No matter the interaction--through its new store conveniently located in Henrico's far West End or online, customers experience the friendly and rapid service that has convinced so many buyers over the years to use Book People for all their book purchases.

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Book People founder Ruth Erb first opened the store at an earlier incarnation of the Willow Lawn shopping center. Because she loved books, loved working with people, and wanted to combine the two, she called her new store Book People. In 1986, Erb moved the store to Granite Avenue in the Westhampton part of Richmond, where it did a brisk business. Former store employee David Shuman purchased Book People from Erb in 2018, and he has recently relocated the store to larger quarters in the Gleneagles shopping center in western Henrico.

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