A Week on the Concord and Merrimac Rivers
by Thoreau, Henry. Edited By Eric Fitch Daglish
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London, England: J.M. Dent & Sons Limited., 1932 Reprint in small hardcover without a dust jacket. From the library of author Terrence Penelhum with his wife Ediths signature on the front pastedown (in her maiden name). Some sunning to the spine. and edges of the boards, tiny corner bumps to the boards. Good.
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- A Week on the Concord and Merrimac Rivers
- Thoreau, Henry. Edited By Eric Fitch Daglish
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- J.M. Dent & Sons Limited.
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- London, England
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- Shorter Novels of the Eighteenth Century: Rasselas, The Castle of Ortranto, Vathek
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