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Tell Me Again: Dialect Poetry and Short Stories

by Paul Keens-Douglas

Condition: Good -/No Jacket as Issued

Keensdee Productions Ltd., 1979. 125pp. Original stiff pictorial wraps. Page sare clean (unmarked) but yellowing with age. Binding is tight and secure. Covers are sunned/ink-rubbed/finger soiled with moderate rubbing to extremities. Nic eredaing copy. . First Thus. Staple-bound. Good -/No Jacket as Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Paperback.
  • Bookseller: after-words bookstore US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 137310
  • Title: Tell Me Again: Dialect Poetry and Short Stories
  • Author: Paul Keens-Douglas
  • Format/binding: Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Good -
  • Jacket condition: No Jacket as Issued
  • Edition: First Thus
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Keensdee Productions Ltd.
  • Date published: 1979
  • Keywords: Poetry Short Stories
  • Bookseller catalogs: Short Stories; Poetry;
  • Subjects: FICTION / General; POETRY / General;
  • Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall


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