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The New Yorker A Critic At Large:  Audubon's Passion. Feb. 25, 1991 by  Adam Gopnik - Hardcover - 1991 - from E Ridge fine Books and Biblio.co.uk

The New Yorker A Critic At Large: Audubon's Passion. Feb. 25, 1991

by Gopnik, Adam

Condition: Very Good


The New Yorker. Very Good. 1991. Hardcover. Pages 96-104. Some tone along front & back edges as well as light edge wear else VG+. Advertisments, intext figures and cartoons. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall .



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