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The Works of Lewis Carroll by  edited and with an introduction by  Roger Lancelyn Green  Lewis - Hardcover - 1965 - from Uncle Phils Books and Biblio.com

The Works of Lewis Carroll

by Carroll, Lewis, edited and with an introduction by Roger Lancelyn Green

Condition: Very Good/Worn


Spring Books, 1965. Hardback with dust wrapper . Very Good/Worn. The wrapper (now protected in a removable clear acetate sleeve) is considerably worn along edges and hinges, and has some internal archival tape repair and reinforcement. Pages beginning to yellow . 1130pp including chronological list of works, bibliography and index " Our price includes a shipping adjustment to allow for an extra heavy book or set. Normal shipping/postage rates will apply. We will not ask you for extra shipping. With the original black-and-white illustrations by John Tenniel. .

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