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First edition. viii, 348 pp. A novel set in France. Spots of foxing on prelims and intermittently in text. Binding tight. Blue/green cloth boards with gilt lettering on front board and spine. Vignette on front board. Short split <1 inch at top edge of spine at rear board. Cloth at top and bottom of spine chipped. Short split along rear edge of spine. Corners bumped and rubbed. Overall condition VG.
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- Owl Books (IE)
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- Dalton, Lilian:
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- London: Constable and Company Ltd., 1913.
- Lilian Dalton, Modern Firsts
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