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Women of Iron and Velvet

by Crossland, Margaret

Condition: Good/Good


Constable, London, 1976. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/Good. 255 pp., 9 pages of black and white illustrations,, index. Illustrated dustwrapper. Slight shelfwear to base of book. The dustwrapper has softened, with no definition to the folds and. The dustwrapper also shows signs of crumpling along the top edge. The author has provided a fascinating study of the progression of women writers since the death of George Sand 100 years ago, encompassing also many women writers as far back as the 12th century. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. We are happy to provide pictures of this book on request Quantity Available: 1. Category: Biography & Autobiography; Literary Criticism; Books about Books; France; ISBN: 0094615004. ISBN/EAN: 9780094615007. Inventory No: 0201627. . 9780094615007


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