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Two Brothers of Different Sex

by Hume, Frances (trans)

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London:: Rodale Press,, 1955. First edition thus. Boards. Very Good+ in Very Good DJ. 'Miniature Books' series. Chinese lettering to covers. Eps slightly discoloured. With occasional lavish, full-colour illustrations. Translucent dj with creasing along edges and very small chips.

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Primrose Hill Books GB (GB)
Bookseller's Inventory #
17056
Title
Two Brothers of Different Sex
Author
Hume, Frances (trans)
Format/Binding
Boards
Book Condition
Used - Very Good+ in Very Good DJ
Edition
First edition thus
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Rodale Press,
Place of Publication
London:
Date Published
1955
Bookseller catalogs
Folklore and Mythology;

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