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Berlin and Sans-Souci or, Frederick the Great and His Friends: An Historical Romance
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Berlin and Sans-Souci or, Frederick the Great and His Friends: An Historical Romance

By Muhlbach, L

New York: A. L. Fowle, Publishers, 1905. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Type: Hardback 1905 A. L. Fowle, Publishers. First published 1867 by D Appleton and Company. This is One Book in Good Condition from the Special Edition of a Set of L. Muhlbach's Historical Fiction. Luise Muhlbach is the pen name for Clara Mundt, b. 1814 Neubrandenburg, d. 1873. She was a German writer best known for her works of historical fiction. They were quite popular for a relatively short time. Many, if not all, were translated into English. This novel was translated from the German by Mrs. Chapman Coleman and Her Daughters. The books in this set are all bound in red extended cloth over the spine with most of the the gilt rubbed off the titles which are imprinted into the spine-- looks blind-stamped now; boards covered with green cloth, quite clean, corners lightly scuffed, some edges rubbed, sewn binding tight, solid and square. Bookplate of former owner on inside of front cover. Frontis: Portrait of Volraire, on coated paper, historic illustration, and two additional like illustrations--they are quite fine, in detail, expression, clothing, background, full page, monotone. Text block fore-edge has pale smudge marks. Pages quite clean, no underlining, highlighting, or any other marking of text, no creases no marginalia, lightly toned. There may be an occasional spot but I didn't find any. 497 pages. 7.5 x 5 inches. 1905, A. L. Fowle, Publishers, New York, USA

$17.95

Queen Hortense:  A Life Picture of the Napoleonic Era:  An Historical Novel
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Queen Hortense: A Life Picture of the Napoleonic Era: An Historical Novel

By Muhlbach, L

New York: A. L. Fowle, Publishers, 1905. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Type: Hardback 1905 A. L. Fowle, Publishers. First published 1867 by D Appleton and Company. This is One Book in Good Condition from the Special Edition of a Set of L. Muhlbach's Historical Fiction. Luise Muhlbach is the pen name for Clara Mundt, b. 1814 Neubrandenburg, d. 1873. She was a German writer best known for her works of historical fiction. They were quite popular for a relatively short time. Many, if not all, were translated into English. This novel was translated from the German by Chapman Coleman. The books in this set are all bound in red extended cloth over the spine with the gilt rubbed off the titles which are imprinted into the spine--almost look blind-stamped now; boards covered with green cloth, quite clean, corner tips lightly scuffed, tiny bump to upper front corner, lower edges rubbed, rear panel has an indentation in the fore-edge and some pages adjacent to this have the same small indentation--quite minor; sewn binding tight, solid and square. Bookplate of former owner on inside of front cover. Frontis: "General Bonaparte Suppressing the Revolt of the Sections", from an engraving by Lefevre, on coated paper, historic illustration, and three additional like illustrations--they are quite fine, in detail, expression, clothing, background, full page, monotone. Pages quite clean, no underlining, highlighting, or any other marking of text, no creases no marginalia, lightly toned. There is a spot on page 7 --didn't find any others. 383 pages. 7.5 x 5 inches. 1905, A. L. Fowle, Publishers, New York, USA

$17.95

Mohammed Ali and His House: An Historical Romance
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Mohammed Ali and His House: An Historical Romance

By Muhlbach, L

New York: A. L. Fowle, Publishers, 1905. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Type: Hardback 1905 A. L. Fowle, Publishers. First published 1867 by D Appleton and Company. This is One Book in Good Condition from the Special Edition of a Set of L. Muhlbach's Historical Fiction. Luise Muhlbach is the pen name for Clara Mundt, b. 1814 Neubrandenburg, d. 1873. She was a German writer best known for her works of historical fiction. They were quite popular for a relatively short time. Many, if not all, were translated into English. This novel was translated from the German by Chapman Coleman. The books in this set are all bound in red extended cloth over the spine with the gilt rubbed off the titles which are imprinted into the spine-- looks blind-stamped now; boards covered with green cloth, quite clean, corner tips lightly scuffed, sewn binding tight, solid and square. Bookplate of former owner on inside of front cover. Frontis: Portrait of Mohammed Ali, on coated paper, historic illustration, and three additional like illustrations--they are quite fine, in detail, expression, clothing, background, full page, monotone. Pages quite clean, no underlining, highlighting, or any other marking of text, no creases no marginalia, lightly toned. There may be an occasional spot but I didn't find any. 463 pages. 7.5 x 5 inches. 1905, A. L. Fowle, Publishers, New York, USA

$17.95

Joseph II and His Court: An Historical Novel
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Joseph II and His Court: An Historical Novel

By Muhlbach, L

New York: A. L. Fowle, Publishers, 1905. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Type: Hardback 1905 A. L. Fowle, Publishers. First published 1867 by D Appleton and Company. This is One Book in Good Condition from the Special Edition of a Set of L. Muhlbach's Historical Fiction. Luise Muhlbach is the pen name for Clara Mundt, b. 1814 Neubrandenburg, d. 1873. She was a German writer best known for her works of historical fiction. They were quite popular for a relatively short time. Many, if not all, were translated into English. This novel was translated from the German by Adelaide DeV. Chaudron. The books in this set are all bound in red extended cloth over the spine with the gilt rubbed off the titles which are imprinted into the spine-- looks blind-stamped now; boards covered with green cloth, quite clean, fading to front lower corner, lower corners scuffed, upper corner tips lightly scuffed, some edges rubbed, sewn binding tight, solid and square. Bookplate of former owner on inside of front cover. Frontis: Portrait of Marie Theresa, on coated paper, historic illustration, and three additional like illustrations--they are quite fine, in detail, expression, clothing, background, full page, monotone. Pages quite clean, no underlining, highlighting, or any other marking of text, no creases no marginalia, lightly toned. There may be an occasional spot but I didn't find any. 672 pages. 7.5 x 5 inches. 1905, A. L. Fowle, Publishers, New York, USA

$16.65

Napoleon and Blucher: An Historical Novel
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Napoleon and Blucher: An Historical Novel

By Muhlbach, L

New York: A. L. Fowle, Publishers, 1905. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Type: Hardback 1905 A. L. Fowle, Publishers. First published 1867 by D Appleton and Company. About Napoleon in Germany. This is One Book in Good Condition from the Special Edition of a Set of L. Muhlbach's Historical Fiction. Luise Muhlbach is the pen name for Clara Mundt, b. 1814 Neubrandenburg, d. 1873. She was a German writer best known for her works of historical fiction. They were quite popular for a relatively short time. Many, if not all, were translated into English. This novel was translated from the German by F. Jordan. The books in this set are all bound in red extended cloth over the spine with most of the gilt rubbed off the titles which are imprinted into the spine--almost look blind-stamped now; boards covered with green cloth. The green cloth is discolored along the lower half of the fore-edge on front and more so on a large part of the back panel. Otherwise, the book is quite clean, corners lightly scuffed, edges rubbed; sewn binding tight, solid and square. Bookplate of former owner on inside of front cover. Frontis: Naploleon, on coated paper, historic illustration, and four additional like illustrations--they are quite fine, in detail, expression, clothing, background, full page, monotone. Pages quite clean, no underlining, highlighting, or any other marking of text, no creases no marginalia, lightly toned. There may be a spot or two somewhere but I didn't find any. 507 pages. 7.5 x 5 inches. 1905, A. L. Fowle, Publishers, New York, USA

$14.80

Henry VIII and His Court or, Catharine Parr
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Henry VIII and His Court or, Catharine Parr

By Muhlbach, L

New York: A. L. Fowle, Publishers, 1905. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Type: Hardback 1905 A. L. Fowle, Publishers. First published 1867 by D Appleton and Company. This is One Book in Good Condition from the Special Edition of a Set of L. Muhlbach's Historical Fiction. Author Luise Muhlbach is the pen name for Clara Mundt, b. 1814 Neubrandenburg, d. 1873. She was a German writer best known for her works of historical fiction. They were quite popular for a relatively short time. Many, if not all, were translated into English. This novel was translated from the German by Rev. H. N. Pierce, D. D. The books in this set are all bound in red extended cloth over the spine with gilt titles, gilt partially intact; boards covered with green cloth, quite clean, corners lightly scuffed, some edges rubbed, sewn binding is tight, solid and square. Bookplate of former owner on inside of front cover. Frontis: Portrait of King Henry VIII, on coated paper, historic illustration, and four additional like illustrations--they are quite fine, in detail, expression, clothing, background, full page, monotone. Pages quite clean, no underlining, highlighting, or any other marking of text, no creases, no marginalia, lightly toned. There may be an occasional spot but I didn't find any. 428 pages. 7.5 x 5 inches. 1905, A. L. Fowle, Publishers, New York, USA

$17.95

The Daughter Of An Empress: An Historical Novel
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The Daughter Of An Empress: An Historical Novel

By Muhlbach, L

New York: A. L. Fowle, Publishers, 1905. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Type: Hardback 1905 A. L. Fowle, Publishers. First published 1867 by D Appleton and Company. This is One Book in Good Condition from the Special Edition of a Set of L. Muhlbach's Historical Fiction. Catherine, Empress of Russia. Luise Muhlbach is the pen name for Clara Mundt, b. 1814 Neubrandenburg, d. 1873. She was a German writer best known for her works of historical fiction. They were quite popular for a relatively short time. Many, if not all, were translated into English. This novel was translated from the German by Nathanel Greene. The books in this set are all bound in red extended cloth over the spine with most of the the gilt rubbed off the titles which are imprinted into the spine-- looks blind-stamped now; boards covered with green cloth, quite clean, corners scuffed, some edges rubbed, sewn binding tight, solid and square. Bookplate of former owner on inside of front cover. Frontis: The Empress of Russia, Reproduced from an old engraving in the Universal Magazine, on coated paper, historic illustration, and four additional like illustrations--they are quite fine, in detail, expression, clothing, background, full page, monotone. Pages quite clean, no underlining, highlighting, or any other marking of text, no creases no marginalia, lightly toned. There may be an occasional spot but I didn't find any. 453 pages. 7.5 x 5 inches. 1905, A. L. Fowle, Publishers, New York, USA

$17.95

Andreas Hofer: An Historical Novel
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Andreas Hofer: An Historical Novel

By Muhlbach, L

New York: A. L. Fowle, Publishers, 1905. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Type: Hardback 1905 A. L. Fowle, Publishers. First published 1867 by D Appleton and Company. This is One Book in Good Condition from the Special Edition of a Set of L. Muhlbach's Historical Fiction. Andreas Hofer, 1767-1810, was an Austrian folk hero who who became the leader of the Tyrolean Rebellion against the revolutionary Napoleon during the War of the Fifth Coalition Author Luise Muhlbach is the pen name for Clara Mundt, b. 1814 Neubrandenburg, d. 1873. She was a German writer best known for her works of historical fiction. They were quite popular for a relatively short time. Many, if not all, were translated into English. This novel was translated from the German by F. Jordan. The books in this set are all bound in red extended cloth over the spine with gilt titles, gilt mostly still intact; boards covered with green cloth, quite clean, corners lightly scuffed, lower edge of fore-edge scuffed also, some edges rubbed, sewn binding is tight, solid and square. Bookplate of former owner on inside of front cover. Frontis: Portrait of Andreas Hofer, on coated paper, historic illustration, and three additional like illustrations--they are quite fine, in detail, expression, clothing, background, full page, monotone. Pages quite clean, no underlining, highlighting, or any other marking of text, no creases, no marginalia, lightly toned. There may be an occasional spot but I didn't find any. 499 pages. 7.5 x 5 inches. 1905, A. L. Fowle, Publishers, New York, USA

$17.95

Goethe and Schiller: An Historical Romance
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Goethe and Schiller: An Historical Romance

By Muhlbach, L

New York: A. L. Fowle, Publishers, 1905. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Type: Hardback 1905 A. L. Fowle, Publishers. First published 1867 by D Appleton and Company. This is One Book in Good Condition from the Special Edition of a Set of L. Muhlbach's Historical Fiction. Luise Muhlbach is the pen name for Clara Mundt, b. 1814 Neubrandenburg, d. 1873. She was a German writer best known for her works of historical fiction. They were quite popular for a relatively short time. Many, if not all, were translated into English. This novel was translated from the German by Chapman Coleman. The books in this set are all bound in red extended cloth over the spine with the gilt rubbed off the titles which are imprinted into the spine-- looks blind-stamped now; boards covered with green cloth, quite clean, small pock mark to green cloth on front, corner tips lightly scuffed, some edges rubbed, sewn binding tight, solid and square. Bookplate of former owner on inside of front cover. Frontis: Schiller in His Attic, on coated paper, historic illustration, and three additional like illustrations--they are quite fine, in detail, expression, clothing, background, full page, monotone. Pages quite clean, one spot on the text block edges, no underlining, highlighting, or any other marking of text, no creases no marginalia, lightly toned. There may be an occasional spot but I didn't find any. 494 pages. 7.5 x 5 inches. 1905, A. L. Fowle, Publishers, New York, USA

$17.95

Old Fritz and the New Era: Germany in Storm And Stress
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Old Fritz and the New Era: Germany in Storm And Stress

By Muhlbach, L

New York: A. L. Fowle, Publishers, 1905. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Type: Hardback 1905 A. L. Fowle, Publishers. First published 1867 by D Appleton and Company. This is One Book in Good Condition from the Special Edition of a Set of L. Muhlbach's Historical Fiction. Luise Muhlbach is the pen name for Clara Mundt, b. 1814 Neubrandenburg, d. 1873. She was a German writer best known for her works of historical fiction. They were quite popular for a relatively short time. Many, if not all, were translated into English. This novel was translated from the German by Peter Langley. The books in this set are all bound in red extended cloth over the spine with most of the the gilt rubbed off the titles which are imprinted into the spine-- looks blind-stamped now; boards covered with green cloth, quite clean, corners lightly scuffed, some edges rubbed, sewn binding is tight, solid and square. Bookplate of former owner on inside of front cover. Frontis: Portrait of Frederick the Great, on coated paper, historic illustration, and three additional like illustrations--they are quite fine, in detail, expression, clothing, background, full page, monotone. Pages quite clean, no underlining, highlighting, or any other marking of text, no creases no marginalia, lightly toned. There may be an occasional spot but I didn't find any. 407 pages. 7.5 x 5 inches. 1905, A. L. Fowle, Publishers, New York, USA

$17.95

Louisa of Prussia and Her Times (Napoleon in Germany): An Historical Novel
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Louisa of Prussia and Her Times (Napoleon in Germany): An Historical Novel

By Muhlbach, L

New York: A. L. Fowle, Publishers, 1905. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Type: Hardback 1905 A. L. Fowle, Publishers. First published 1867 by D Appleton and Company. This is One Book in Good Condition from the Special Edition of a Set of L. Muhlbach's Historical Fiction. Luise Muhlbach is the pen name for Clara Mundt, b. 1814 Neubrandenburg, d. 1873. She was a German writer best known for her works of historical fiction. They were quite popular for a relatively short time. Many, if not all, were translated into English. This novel was translated from the German by F. Jordan. The books in this set are all bound in red extended cloth over the spine with the gilt rubbed off the titles which are imprinted into the spine-- looks blind-stamped now; boards covered with green cloth, quite clean, corner tips lightly scuffed, sewn binding tight, solid and square. Bookplate of former owner on inside of front cover. Frontis: Portrait of Louisa Queen of Prussia, on coated paper, historic illustration, and four additional like illustrations--they are quite fine, in detail, expression, clothing, background, full page, monotone. Pages quite clean, no underlining, highlighting, or any other marking of text, no creases no marginalia, lightly toned. There may be an occasional spot but I didn't find any. 516 pages. 7.5 x 5 inches. 1905, A. L. Fowle, Publishers, New York, USA

$17.95

Marie Antoinette and Her Son: An Historical Novel
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Marie Antoinette and Her Son: An Historical Novel

By Muhlbach, L

New York: A. L. Fowle, Publishers, 1905. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Type: Hardback 1905 A. L. Fowle, Publishers. First published 1867 by D Appleton and Company. This is One Book in Good Condition from the Special Edition of a Set of L. Muhlbach's Historical Fiction. Author Luise Muhlbach is the pen name for Clara Mundt, b. 1814 Neubrandenburg, d. 1873. She was a German writer best known for her works of historical fiction. They were quite popular for a relatively short time. Many, if not all, were translated into English. This novel was translated from the German by W, L, Gage. The books in this set are all bound in red extended cloth over the spine with gilt titles, gilt partially intact; boards covered with green cloth, quite clean, corners lightly scuffed, some edges rubbed, sewn binding is tight, solid and square. Bookplate of former owner on inside of front cover. Frontis: Portrait of Marie Antoinette, on coated paper, historic illustration, and four additional like illustrations--they are quite fine, in detail, expression, clothing, background, full page, monotone. Pages quite clean, no underlining, highlighting, or any other marking of text, no creases, no marginalia, lightly toned. There may be an occasional spot but I didn't find any. 566 pages. 7.5 x 5 inches. 1905, A. L. Fowle, Publishers, New York, USA

$17.95

Five Boys: A Novel
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Five Boys: A Novel

By Jackson, Mick

U.S.A: Harper Perennial, 2003. Paperback. Good/No Jacket. Trade Paperback in Good Condition. Life in an English village during World War II is portrayed through protagonist Bobby, who is evacuated from Londfon to a remote Devonshire village which has no men; the village is given over to the "stay behinds": the women, the old and the young, and five boys who accuse Bobby of being a Nazi spy. This is a tale of the war's impact on the home front. 279 pages. 8x 5.2 inches. 2003, Harper Perennial, USA

$5.74

The Kitchen House
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The Kitchen House

By Grissom, Kathleen

Touchstone/Simon & Schuster, 2010. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Trade Paperback in Very Good Condition. including a Reading Group Guide. Very clean, no markings inside or out, slight wear to cover edges; tight glued binding, solid and square. An Irish orphan child, Lavinia, arrives at a tobacco plantation in Virginia, at the turn of the 19th century. She is placed under the care of Belle, the master's black illegitimate daughter. Growing up in this world, Belle, as a white girl, is accepted into the family, and learns about class, race, family secrets and bonds. Although she tries to straddle both worlds, she finds the color of her skin will separate her from Belle and the other slaves forever. 368 pages. 8 x 5.25 inches. 2010, Touchstone/Simon & Schuster, New York, New York, USA

$4.62

Floating in My Mother's Palm
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Floating in My Mother's Palm

By HEGI, URSULA

U.S.A: Vintage, 1991. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Trade Paperback in Near Fine Condition. Clean and unmarked book with bright and colorful cover. Pages lightly toned. A personal and powerful account of Hanna Malter, a young girl growing up in a small towni n Germany in the 1950s,a postwar Germany with all its forbidden questions and mysterious behavior, all its squalor, loss and longing. 187 pages. 8 x 5.25 inches. 1991, Vintage, USA

$4.62

31 Bond Street
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31 Bond Street

By Horan, Ellen

U.S.A: Harper Perennial, 2011. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. HarperPerennial Trade Paperback in Very Good Condition. Gently used book. Four monotone illustrations. A true Manhattan murder story, based on historical evidence and fictional imagination. The story of one of New York City's most notorious crimes, a tale of murder, sex, greed, and politics in 1857 New York. 352 pages plus 16 page P. S. with Interviews About the Author, About the Book, Conversation with the Author. 8 x 5.4 inches. 2011, Harper Perennial, USA

$8.88

Johnny Tremain
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Johnny Tremain

By Forbes, Johnny

New York, New York, USA: Laurel Leaf/Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, 1987. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Mass Market Paperback in Very Good Condition. Clean and bright and unmarked cover with light wear to edges, no creases, tight & solid. Pages clean, unmarked, op creasing. The story is set in Boston, 1773, in revolt against the British. Laurel-Leaf Historical Fiction. "Johnny Tremain" won the Newberry Medal when it was first published. It portrays a significant picture of the time of the American Revolutionary War. 269 pages. 4.25 x 6.75 inches. 1987, Laurel Leaf/Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, New York, New York, USA

$4.42

The Red Badge of Courage (Watermill Classic)
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The Red Badge of Courage (Watermill Classic)

By Crane, Stephen

New York, New York, U.S.A: Troll Communications, 1991. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Paperback in Very Good Condition. Complete and Unabridged. Clean and unmarked pictorial cover with slight wear to edges. Solid and tight binding. Interior very clean and completely unmarked, apges toned. An historical novel, with protagonist young Henry Fleming in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Fleming must find himself and find the true meaning a valor. Published in 1895 when Crane was only 24, Red Badge was considered a new kind of novel, marked by astonishing insight into the true psychology of men under fire. Short stories included in this volume are "The Open Boat", "The Veteran", and "The Men in the Storm". 192 pages. 7 x 4.25 inches. 1991, Troll Communications, New York, New York, U.S.A.

$4.62

Imperial Woman
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Imperial Woman

By BUCK, PEARL S

New York, New York, USA: John Day Co, 1956. Book Club (BCE/BOMC). Hardcover. Good/Good. Type: Hard Back Hardcover Book Club Edition in Good Condition with a Fair Dust Jacket.. An historical novel about the last Empress of China, Tzu Hsi, Empress from the 1860s to1908, born to the house of Manchu, which was the ruling dynasty at the time. The Empress was Pearl Buck's most vivid character of her childhood in China. The book is bound in blue-green cloth, quite clean and unmarked with all corners gently bumped and lightly worn, spine heel rubbed. Tight , solid and square binding. Rough cut. Pages lightly toned, very clean and clean, no markings of any kind. Jacket is edge worn, clean on front, back side lightly soiled, rear upper edge with small tears, upper corner torn, spine head ragged. Now with archival protective jacket cover. 402 pages. 8.5 x 5.75 inches. 1956, John Day Co, New York, New York, USA

$7.58

The Fencing Master
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The Fencing Master

By Perez-Reverte, Arturo

Orlando, Florida, U.S.A: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1999. First US Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Type: Hard Back First US Printing. Hardcover Book and Jacket in Near Fine Condition. Translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa. International Bestseller. Madrid, 1868--murder, seduction, secret political documents--all in this great Perez-Reverte historical mystery story. 245 pages. 6.25 x 9.5 inches. 1999, Orlando, FL. Harcourt Brace & Co, USA

$11.65

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