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The Mullenthorpe Thing.

by HOOD (Christopher)

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A Novel By Christopher Hood. 1971, Chatto & Windus, London. Extra cr.8vo; blank follows dedication leaf; pp.192; light sky-blue beaded-linen-grain boards, downlettered, lettered, and blocked gilt on spine. Fine copy in slightly creased and nicked dust-wrapper. Norah Smallwood’s copy, with her pencilled initials on the front end-paper. Norah Smallwood was a director of Chatto and Windus: copies bearing her initials tend to be advance copies, sometimes differing in minor respects from the published books. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.



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