Very Good Condition in Fair jacket. Light shelf wear; yellowing; sound binding; very good book. The jacket is scuffed; some chips and tears; discoloring; price on the front flap. "The story of a Parisian experiment in infidelity." Translated from the French by Ruth Whipple Fermaud. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Fiction; Inventory No: 123705.
Very Good+ No Jacket. Book NOT ex-library. Black-stamped pale lavender cloth spine w/ striped bds. Light-struck spine. No names, clean text. Solid. Designer: Ernst Reichl. Trans. from the French by Ruth Whipple Fermaud. 7000 PB shelf.
Good. Good with Foxing jacket 1957 FIRST EDITION in protective, plastic covers. Book has aged well with a the back cover slightly more forward than the front. An effort was made to preserve the value of this edition. Slight foxing of the dust jacket and page edge. Book is presentable, readable and collectible.
Fine in Poor jacket. 199 pages. Jacket is in Poor condition, there is some general wear and a couple tears on bottom edges, but still presentable. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in Fine condition throughout. The only exception is a small inscription to the inside page. Albertine, who has been married for three years and is bored with provincial demesticy in Bordeux, decides to leave her husband and run away to Paris.
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