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The Search for the Perfect Language. by   Umberto. Translated by James Fentress - Signed First Edition - 1995. - from Orpheus Books and Biblio.co.uk

The Search for the Perfect Language.

by ECO, Umberto. Translated by James Fentress,

Condition: Very fine in very fine dust jacket. Original wrap around band and pamphlet laid in, also fine./very fine dust jacket.


Oxford / Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 1995. Signed on the title page by Umberto Eco and dated 4.12.96. First edition / First printing. Black cloth. Very fine in very fine dust jacket. Original wrap around band and pamphlet laid in, also fine.




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