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THE STORY OF OLIVER TWIST (RETOLD) FROM CHARLES DICKENS (SILVER TORCH SERIES NO. 41)

by Dickens, Charles

Condition: Fair


United Kingdom: Collins Clear-Type Press. Fair. 1956. Hardcover. READING COPY - A good hardcover without dustwrapper in faded/lightly soiled blue boards bumped/rubbed to the spine ends/corners, no writing or stamps, the pages are clean but several are creased with turn-downs - still a nice copy. A very simplified text for school children with questions for every chapter at the end of the book. Carefully packaged and posted within 48 hours from our wee bookshop in Scotland.; B&W Illustrations; 96 pages .




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