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The Magnificent Comedy

by Minnigerode, Meade

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New York NY, Farrar & Rinehart, 1931, hardcover, xviii-348 pp, first edition, first printing, Fair condition, lacking dustjacket. Straight, tight and clean with no markings, spine-end and corner bumps, light scratches to boards, spine darkened. An account of some public and private affairs during the French Revolution from the fall of Robespierre to the coming of Bonaparte: July, 1794-November, 1799. Illustrated with 29 pages of prints from contemporary artworks. Appended bibliography.



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