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The Woman Thou Gavest Me. Being the Story of Mary O'Neill

by Hall Caine

Condition: Very Good


London: William Heinemann. Very Good. 1913. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo Signed by Author 586 pages plus ads. SIGNED and inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: "To Walton Bradford / with pleasant memories of renewed friendship, / and grateful recollection of / his visit to London in / relation to 'The Christian' / Hall Caine / 18 Jany 1913." Walton Bradford negotiated with Caine on behalf of the Vitagraph Leibler company for the rights to film Caine's bestselling novel (and succcessful stage play) "The Christian." Caine was the dedicatee of "Dracula." .


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