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    Robert A. Heinlein. Stranger in a Strange Land. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, [1961]. First edition with C22 on page 408. Octavo. 408 pages. Publisher's green cloth, spine lettered in gilt; top edge stained light green; in original dust jacket. Boards with a few small splashes or light blemishes; bottom edge of rear board with a small divot; spine just faintly dulled with gilt tarnished at author's name and at the last few letters of the title; extremities rubbed. Previous owner signature to front free endpaper. Dust jacket spine panel faintly dulled with some color lost to rubbing and two soft creases; edges lightly worn, worse at spine ends and folds; rear panel rubbed with faint discoloration to upper margin and flap fold (visible on verso); price-clipped. Very good. Winner of the 1962 Hugo Award for best novel. Currey, p. 193.

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