Fair. 12th Printing, 1923. A standard copy. Binding is secure. Text is clean but has yellowed. Purple colored cloth boards are good but are lightly faded. Spine has faded and is detached from front covers. Spine has been secured with white colored tape. Edges of spine are frayed. No dust jacket. Careful packaging and fast shipping. We recommend EXPEDITED MAIL for even faster delivery.
Fair. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Blue cloth boards are scuffed, rubbed, sunned, puckering and chipping at tips. Front inside hinge is cracked at ffep. Dampstain in outer margin of first 7 sheets. Text clean with no markings.
Fair with no dust jacket. Publisher's full dark blue cloth, fore-edge deckle. Head and heel of spine are rubbed with some loss at the head, spine is faded, front hinge is cracked. Reading Copy. FAIR. 8vo 8"-9" tall. 416, (3) pp.
Fair. Purple hardcover. Spine is cracked. Ex-Library minimal markings. No dust jacket. Wear and rubbing to cover and spine. Staining and fading to spine. Rubbing to edges and bumping to corners. Tanning to pages. Deckled edges. Tracking available on most domestic orders.
Life of Christ
by Giovanni Papini, Dorothy Canfield Fisher (Translator)
A moving book written by a man who once was an atheist, an anarchist, a nihilist, and a radical. If nothing else, skip past his introduction and read his eye-opening commentary on the first Nativity . . . Christmas as it really was. Then you'll be inspired to read the rest.
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