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Trollope - A Commentary.

by SADLEIR, Michael

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Constable, London., 1927. First edition. Octavo. pp x, 432. Plates.Signed and dated August 1943 by the author on the half-title page.Free endpapers tanned. Covers a bit faded at the spine and edges. Edges lightly spotted. Very good in good, torn and chipped dustwrapper darkened at the spine and repaired on the reverse.

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