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Bachelor's Wife: A Farce in Three Acts

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Bachelor's Wife: A Farce in Three Acts

by Seiler, Conrad

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  • paperback
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About This Item

Elizabethtown, PA: The PLay Club. Good+. 1947. Softcover. 69 pages. Tight binding, clean pages. A touch of light general reading wear, slightly age-toned, with a tiny(!) ink stain to edge of title page, otherwise Very Good. No inscriptions. No underlining. No highlighting. No notes in the margin. Not ex-library. An excellent copy. .

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Bookseller
Eliabooks US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
04187
Title
Bachelor's Wife: A Farce in Three Acts
Author
Seiler, Conrad
Format/binding
Softcover
Book condition
Used - Good+
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
The PLay Club
Place of Publication
Elizabethtown, PA
Date published
1947
Keywords
THEATER, THEATRE, PLAYS, PERFORMING, ARTS, DRAMATIC, WORKS, DRAMA

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