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Daughter Of Eve by Noel B. Gerson - First - 1965 - from Revue & Revalued Books  (SKU: 373)

Daughter Of Eve

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Daughter Of Eve: A Novell About Pocahontas

by Noel B. Gerson

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This book is in good condition. There seems to be little or no wear on the front, back, edges and the spin
e of the cover boards. The pages are yellowing and tanning, but the pages are clear of any markings. The vertical edges are not smooth.

"In the opinion of the late Queen Elizabeth, Captain John Smith was the most accomplished and versatile liar in England. Nostalgic partisans of the old regime had created the myth that her judgments of men had
been infallible, and her appraisal of Smith was still widely accepted three years after her death in 1603. Sir Walter Raleigh, the most distinguished prisoner currently being held in the Tower of London, had more time and better reason than most to recall the reign of Gloriana, and he certainly remembered her estimate of the young man...." - from Daughter Of Eve, A novel about Pocahontas


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Daughter Of Eve
Noel B. Gerson
Jacket Painting by Julian Paul, Maps On Cover Boards by C. A. Gerson
The binding is in very good condition, straight and solid.
Book condition
Used - Good+
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Doubleday & Company, Inc.
Place of Publication
Garden City, New York
Date published
John Rolfe, Pocahontas, Jamestown colony, Captain John Smith, Virginia, 1607
Bookseller catalogs
Native American Indians; British History; Historical Novel; American History;
Medium Octavo

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