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The Victorian Age

by Robert Langbaum [Editor]

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Fawcett Publications, 1967-01-01. Paperback. Very Good.
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The VICTORIAN AGE - Essays in history and in social and literary criticism

by Langbaum, Robert, editor

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Used - Fine unmarked.
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Stated 1st Printing.
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Nevada City, California
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Greenwich CT: Fawcett, 1967. Stated 1st Printing.. MM Paperback in yellow illus wraps.. Fine unmarked.. Essays by Engels, Mill, Macaulay, Carlyele, Arnold, Ruskin, Eliot, Yeats, et al. Bright crisp unread collectible copy of 1st printing. M362. 314 pp + index.
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