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    Stephen Crane. Maggie. New York: 1896. First revised edition of the author's first published book.

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    Stephen Crane. Maggie. A Girl of the Streets. New York: D. Appleton, 1896. First revised edition (second overall), first state. Author's first published book. Octavo. 158, [12, ads] pages. Publisher's full tan buckram, front board stamped in black, red and gilt, spine stamped in red and black. Some rubbing, foxing, thumbsoiling to binding. Bookplates of collector Clifton Barrett and the University of Virginia on front endleaves, mild offsetting and minor evidence of bookplate removal from rear endleaves. Still, a very good copy. From the collection of Donald Kaufmann.

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