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Native Son. Sohn dieses Landes. Roman by Richard Wright ISBN 13: 9783426015971

ISBN 10: 3426015978

Unknown; Harper And Brothers; ISBN-13: 978-3426015971

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Native Son

by Wright , Richard

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F
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Hardcover
ISBN 13
9783426015971
ISBN 10
3426015978
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Beverly Hills, California
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Harper and Brothers. F. Hardcover. Dust Jacket Included. First edition, 1940. Book near fine, except for slight wear at spine ends and corners, slight discoloration on end-papers. slight scratching on back. DJ very good, with small pieces missing at top of spine, corners, and tiny piece missing at top of back, seven pieces of tape along top and bottom of covers and spine, some rubbing and chipping at tail of spine and corners, tiny tear near top of front, slight discoloration on spine, back, and inside DJ, small piece of tape on inside DJ, slight rubbing on front.
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