STRAY LEAVES FROM STRANGE LITERATURE
by HEARN, Lafcadio
- Small stain to the margins of several pages. Front hinge with some cracking, as often the case, but still tight. Slight rubbing
Fleetwood, Pennsylvania, United States
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- Charles Agvent (US)
- Bookseller's Inventory #
- STRAY LEAVES FROM STRANGE LITERATURE
- HEARN, Lafcadio
- Book Condition
- Used - Small stain to the margins of several pages. Front hinge with some cracking, as often the case, but still tight. Slight rubbing
- Quantity Available
- First Edition
- James R. Osgood & Co.
- Place of Publication
- Date Published
- First Book, Lafcadio Hearn, 19th Century American Literature, 19th Century Literature, Southern Literature
- Bookseller catalogs
- 19th Century American Literature; First Book; 19th Century Literature; Southern Literature;
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