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Rue du Retour by  Abdellatif Laabi - First English language edition - 1989 - from The Glass Key and Biblio.com

Rue du Retour

by Laabi, Abdellatif

Condition: Very Good +/very good +


London: Readers International, 1989. First English language edition. Hardcover. Very Good +/very good +. First printing. Translated from the French by Jacqueline Kaye with a Foreword by Breyten Breytenbach and an Introduction by Victon Reinking. Blue cloth boards stamped in gilt on the spine. Previous owner's initials neatly in ink on the front free endpaper else a clean, unmarked copy in a tight binding and unclipped bright dust jacket.



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