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GENET, JEANThe Thief's Journal (Modern Classics)
$14.34
ISBN 0140025820
Publisher: PENGUIN BOOKS LTD
PENGUIN BOOKS LTD. PAPERBACK. 0140025820 UK BASED SELLER SHIPS DAILY ALL OVERSEAS VIA AIRMAIL, shelf wear, scuffing and creasing to cover, signed inside book . Good. Signed.
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GENET, JeanJournal du Voleur [The Thief's Journal]
$750.00
Publisher: Gallimard
(Paris): Gallimard. (1949). Third edition of Genet's most famous book, a semi-autobiographical novel of his youth set in 1930s Europe. This copy is inscribed by Genet to Erik Locke, (roughly translated) as apologizing for not writing anything more than he says with his friendship. Spine-tanned, with a short tear at the lower front spine fold and a shallow crease to the front cover; the acidic paper of the text block is browning. Very good in wrappers, with the publisher's wraparound band...
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GENET, JeanJournal du Voleur [The Thief's Journal]
$749.00
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Publisher: Gallimard, (Paris), 1949
Used. Third edition of Genet's most famous book, a semi-autobiographical novel of his youth set in 1930s Europe. This copy is inscribed by Genet to Erik Locke, (roughly translated) as apologizing for not writing anything more than he says with his friendship. Spine-tanned, with a short tear at the lower front spine fold and a shallow crease to the front cover; the acidic paper of the text block is browning. Very good in wrappers, with the publisher's wraparound band laid in. There was a... (NOISBN SIGNED INSCRIBED)
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[United States]
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GENET, JeanJournal du Voleur [The Thief's Journal]
$750.00
Publisher: Gallimard
(Paris): Gallimard. (1949). Third edition of Genet's most famous book, a semi-autobiographical novel of his youth set in 1930s Europe. This copy is inscribed by Genet to Erik Locke, (roughly translated) as apologizing for not writing anything more than he says with his friendship. Spine-tanned, with a short tear at the lower front spine fold and a shallow crease to the front cover; the acidic paper of the text block is browning. Very good in wrappers, with the publisher's wraparound band...
Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA
[United States]
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