Título: Six Prose Comedies of Moliere
Editorial: Oxford Press, London - New York - Toronto
Año de publicación: 1956
Encuadernación: Red Cloth
Condición del libro: Very Good
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Good +
Edición: First Edition.
vii + 378 pages, book has minor shelf wear, Jacket is not clipped, [Price in U.K. only 18s. net]. The book has an adress lable from a past owner on the inside cover. The jacket is sunned on the spine, the top edge all around is chipped and curled.Geoffrey Cumbege, publisher to the University. These six titles were published in this edition in 1956. The self-Made Gentleman was originally entitled The Burgher in Purple; The Reluctant Doctor was originally entitled Force to be a Doctor. Content in this volume: Coxcombs in Petticoats; Don Juan; The Reluctant Doctor; The Miser; The Self-Made Gentleman; and Scapin the Scamp. All books shipped within 24 hours, each order is packaged in a new box with bubble wrap, and always your satification is guaranteed. N° de ref. de la librería 002694
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