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Yanoama: The Story of a Woman Abducted by Brazilian Indians
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Yanoama: The Story of a Woman Abducted by Brazilian Indians

by Biocca, Ettore

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London: George Allen and Unwin , 1969. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo. 333pp. First edition. Orange textured paper boards with black spine titles. Light bumping at spine ends, minor soiling to board extremities, else very good (+). Unclipped jacket also very good (+), with light perimeter wear and light browning to rear panel and flaps. As told by Helena Valero to Ettore Biocca, and translated from the Italian by Dennis Rhodes. Illustrated throughout with black and white photos by the missionary Luigi Cocco and the author.
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You Always Remember The First Time

by Johnson, B.S. [ed.]

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1st Edition
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London: Quartet, 1975. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Good/Good. 8vo. 194pp. First edition. G/G+. Hardcover book bound in purple paper boards. Shelfworn, with bumped bottom corners, a very slightly cocked spine, and textblock edges that are tanned and somewhat soiled. Two or three pages dinged at top, light musty smell. Unclipped jacket exhibits general browning and perimeter crumpling, with one small push tear near the spine at top of front panel. Jacket and book graded good in respect of general grubbiness, not because of any significant flaws. A scarce title; Johnson's third effort as editor, unfinished at the time of his death and completed posthumously.
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Young Woman of 1914
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Young Woman of 1914

by Zweig, Arnold

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Used - Good
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1st Edition
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London: Martin Secker, 1932. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Good. 8vo. 383pp. First edition. Tan cloth boards with black titles. Light bumping and wear to spine ends and board tips, fading and minor waterspotting to spine. Former owner's bookplate on front pastedown, owner's signature and date on title page. It appears that at some point the front end papers were removed, and the front flyleaf adhered to the front board instead; if so, the alteration was conducted quite skillfully. Translated by Eric Sutton. A sturdy copy of the uncommon second book in Zweig's "The Great War of the White Men" series of novels about World War I.
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