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New York: Harcourt, Brace & Company, 1947. Hardcover. GVG/GVG. vii, 236 pp. "These essays comment upon a wide range of subjects... from Christian morality to the effect of the Gulf Stream upon the English character; from manly men to Aristotle on Detective Fiction... and upon the private lives of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson." Previous owners' names on ffep, rear hinge starting. Dustjacket has small chips to front panel and spine, one closed tear to rear panel.
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- Lippincott Books (US)
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- Sayers, Dorothy L
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