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Book Description

Hardback. Thirty-seventh impression. 156pp. An early twentieth century edition of this important work by Oscar Wilde written by Wilde during his imprisonment, in the form of a letter to Lord Alfred Douglas. In original green cloth binding blind stamped to front with titles and double ruled blind border and publisher’s circular device also to front; titles to spine in gilt. Pages uncut. Cloth is very clean. Bumped to one corner and slightly softened to spine ends else a very neat, tight copy.
Author Wilde, Oscar
Date 1919
Binding Hardback
Publisher Methuen
Condition Good+, sound copy

Price: £40.00

Offered by C L Hawley

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