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On Translating Homer

by Arnold, Matthew

Condition: Good/No Jacket


London: John Murray, 1905. N.B. No Dust Jacket. Darkening and heavy foxing to end papers, first four and last three pages. very small amount of pencil annotation. Rubbing to edges and corners of boards and spine with light fading to boards and heavier fading to spine. Rubbing to head and tail of spine. . Cloth. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



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