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Lot 0192
August 1914, First Edition. Alexander Solzhenitsyn. The Bodley Head, 1972. 1st edition. 645 pp. True first edition (in English), published in England, of the first in a series of historical novels by the Nobel laureate that chronicled the torturous emergence of 20th century Russia.

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  • Condition

    Very Good in Very Good jacket. A light smudge to title page, otherwise Fine internally. A few chips to jacket

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    August 1914, First Edition

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    Auction Curated By:
    Scott Brasseur
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    Beth Brasseur
    Book & Ephemera Specialist
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