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Neurotic America and the Sex Impulse and Some Aspects of Our National Character. [Little Blue Book No. 661] by  Theodire Dreiser - nd - from Division Leap, ABAA (SKU: 28740)

Neurotic America and the Sex Impulse and Some Aspects of Our National Character. [Little Blue Book No. 661]

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Neurotic America and the Sex Impulse and Some Aspects of Our National Character. [Little Blue Book No. 661]

by Dreiser, Theodire

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Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, nd. 32mo, saddle-stapled in beige wraps printed in black, with copyright date of 1920 to cp (based upon the Boni & Liveright edition). Very good with toning.

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28740
Title
Neurotic America and the Sex Impulse and Some Aspects of Our National Character. [Little Blue Book No. 661]
Author
Dreiser, Theodire
Book condition
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Publisher
Haldeman-Julius
Place of Publication
Girard, Kansas
Date published
nd

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