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Mr Britling.

by Wells, H. G.

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Used - Good in Good DJ
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London:: Collins,, ND. Cloth. Good in Good DJ. Collins Pocket Classics edition. Previous owner's details on ffep (dated 1952). Covers slightly bowed. Dj is a little worn and soiled.
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The Torrents of Spring.

by Turgenev, Ivan; Magarshack, David (translator); Jacques, Robin (illustrator).

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Used - Fine in Good Slipcase
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First edition thus
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London:: Hamish Hamilton,, 1960. First edition thus. Cloth. Fine in Good Slipcase. Beautiful edition of the classic novel; bound in blue cloth with gilt top edges, other edges uncut, marbled end papers and a clear plastic dj. Both book and dj are in fine condition. Comes with decorative slipcase, which is rather worn and soiled.
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