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Spinsters in Spain

by Ford-Inman, Nancy & Nutting, Marion L

Condition: Good>Very Good/No Jacket


London: Heath Cranton, 1938. Two rather feckless English women travelling in Spain just prior to the Civil war and seemingly quite oblivious to the political tensions. Descriptions of places and the various maids, shopgirls and other women they met. 232p. illus. index. Cover a little worn/sshabby and some light foxing to ffep etc.. Hard Cover. Good>Very Good/No Jacket.



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