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The Long African Day. by  Norman Myers - First edition.  - 1972. - from BookMine and Biblio.co.uk

The Long African Day.

by Myers, Norman

Condition: Fine copy in near fine (chip on top edge) dust jacket (in mylar).


New York.: Macmillan. , 1972.. First edition. . Hard cover. . Fine copy in near fine (chip on top edge) dust jacket (in mylar).. 4to.. Illustrated in black, white and color. . Photograph of OUR copy available upon request.
  • Bookseller: BookMine US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 173748
  • Title: The Long African Day.
  • Author: Myers, Norman
  • Illustrator: Illustrated in black, white and color.
  • Format/binding: Hard cover.
  • Book condition: Used - Fine copy in near fine (chip on top edge) dust jacket (in mylar).
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Macmillan.
  • Place: New York.
  • Date published: 1972.
  • Size: 4to.


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