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Good. 0571103480. Marfree, acidfree; not written-in, underlined, reprint/club or ex-library. Litely foldd 2 color wrapper bears photo of Paul Scofield. Minor stain margin of 8 pp. Mail SAMEDAY! ; 7.79 x 0.32 x 5.03; 86 pages; "Delicately, and with cumulative power, transcribes Mr. Hampton's sorrow and indignation at the gradual extinction of the Brazilian Indians, and his disillusionment with freedom fighters and liberal champions. This is the best kind of political play. It hits at the audience rather than at some hypothetical third person villain. ""
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