The Screenplay of the French Lieutenant's Woman [1st Ed. copy of Novel included]
by Pinter, Harold; [John Fowles]
- near fine
- Near Fine
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- The Screenplay of the French Lieutenant's Woman [1st Ed. copy of Novel included]
- Pinter, Harold; [John Fowles]
- Soft cover
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- Used - Near Fine
- 1st Edition
- Jonathan Cape
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- Date Published
- Advance Reading Copy/Proof
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