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D. H. LAWRENCE AND MAURICE MAGNUS,; a plea for better manners

by DOUGLAS, Norman

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(Syracuse: Privately Printed), 1924. First edition. Wraps. 8vo, Pp. 54. Uncut and unopened. Cutler and Stiles p.36; Woolf A28b. Second issue from the stereotype plates, Florentine Bookseller's slip tipped in as called for. A fine copy.


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