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    H. G. Wells. The Core of the Trouble. New York: 1918. From the Larry McMurtry Collection of H. G. Wells, with McMurtry's bookplate.

    More Information: H. G. Wells. The Core of the Trouble. What the League of Nations Is Up Against. [New York]: 1918. First separate edition, reprinted from The New Republic. Octavo.  13 pages. Publisher's saddle-stitched binding in original self-wrappers with cover-title. Wrappers browned with edgewear, chip to upper edge of front panel, light soiling. Very good.

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    April, 2015
    8th-9th Wednesday-Thursday
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