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Zlateh the Goat

by Singer, Isaac Bashevis (translated from the Yiddish by the author and Elizabeth Shub)

Condition: fine; one small indentation at top right edge of front board; all else-clean, tight, & attractive./fair; moderate chipping at top edge; all else-clean; dj protected by new Mylar wrapl.


New York: Harper and Row, 1966. Hardcover. fine; one small indentation at top right edge of front board; all else-clean, tight, & attractive./fair; moderate chipping at top edge; all else-clean; dj protected by new Mylar wrapl.. Maurice Sendak. 8 vo; ivory textured boards with ornate gilt full board decoration; gilt spine lettering; 90 pp; full page b/w illustrations throughout; teal dj with b/w illustration and gold decoration; price, $4.50 intact.

Even with a less than fine dj, this is a nice copy of a classic.



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