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    First Edition of D. H. Lawrence's Third Published Novel

    D. H. Lawrence. Sons and Lovers. London: Duckworth & Co., 1913.

    First edition, with the called-for dated cancel title page. Octavo. vii, 423 pages. Twenty pages of advertisements in the rear.

    Publisher's dark blue cloth with the front board stamped in blind and gilt, rear cover stamped in blind, and the spine stamped and ruled in gilt. Blue cloth slipcase. Minor bumping and rubbing to the covers. Slightly loose binding. Previous owner's inscription in ink and another that has been erased on the front free endpaper. Some foxing to the preliminary pages. A very good copy.


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    October, 2010
    14th-16th Thursday-Saturday
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