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THE LION OF COMARRE AND AGAINST THE FALL OF NIGHT

by Clarke, Arthur C

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1968. Clarke, Arthur C. THE LION OF COMARRE AND AGAINST THE FALL OF NIGHT. NY: Harcourt, Brace & World, c1968. Book Club Edition. 213pp. 8vo. Fine bright looks unread hardcover in near fine d/j with minor shelf-rubbing on rear panel, slight rubbing upper edges of d/j




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