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    W. Somerset Maugham. Of Human Bondage. Toronto, S. B. Gundy, 1915. First Canadian edition. Publisher's green cloth is rubbed. Spine darkened and leaning slightly. Inked name. Rear hinge cracked. Very good.

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    First Canadian edition. Octavo. 648 pages.

     

    Publisher's green cloth with gold stamping. Cloth is rubbed with some spotting and soiling, mainly along the edges. Spine is slightly leaning and mildly darkened. Previous owner's name in ink on the front pastedown. Rear hinge cracked. Light foxing to endpapers and page edges. Very good.

     

    Aside from the changes to the publishing information, this infrequently-encountered edition is identical to the American edition, including the misprint on page 257. 

    Not listed in Stott.

    From the Collection of Norman F. Moore.



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