UNDER THE NORTHERN LIGHTS : The King's Treasuries of Literature #163

By: Sullivan, Alan

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UNDER THE NORTHERN LIGHTS : The King's Treasuries of Literature #163 by Sullivan, Alan
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London: J M Dent & Sons Pty Limited, 1967. HB, red blindstamped cloth, Ex-Lib, VG/--, 192pp. Collection of short stories reflecting Sullivan's love of the Canadian North and its Native Peoples are central to this and other works. Minor rubbing to covers at edges, spine ends and corners, light tape ghosts to lower spine area, inside has one library stamp to title page else square, clean and tight with no other markings, markings, this is one of the neatest ex-libs I have ever seen. 340g when packed.. Reprint. Hard Cover. Very Good. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Ex-Library.

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