Very Good. No place: no publisher [self-published? ] . Very Good. 2009. First Edition. Trade Paperback. First edition [no statement of printing]. This copy has been warmly inscribed, dated in the year of issue ["June 2009"] and signed by the author on the half-title page. "Introduces the young reader to the rhythm of the Italian language, the beauty of the Italian countryside, and to the joys of poetry, especially in the fourteenth century. As historical fiction, it interweaves quotations from The Divine Comedy into encounters with moutnainous terrain, wild animals, brigands, disease, and political attacks". Pictorial wrappers, 185 pages, illustrated. "A Note to the Reader" leaf laid in. VG+/Near Fine copy [reading crease to the front cover from being opened, minor lower corner creasing to a few pages, small area of crimping to the bottom edge of the rear cover].; Signed by Author.
Like New. Gift inscription from author. Softcover. Good binding and cover. Small scratch to front cover, otherwise in excellent condition. Clean, unmarked pages. Includes greeting card from author. Ships daily.
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