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Greene, Graham
A BURNT-OUT CASE. HEINEMANN, 1961
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2,0002,500
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514
Greene, Graham
A BURNT-OUT CASE. HEINEMANN, 1961
Estimate
2,0002,500
LOT SOLD. 2,500 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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Greene, Graham
A BURNT-OUT CASE. HEINEMANN, 1961
8vo, FIRST ENGLISH EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED BY GREENE ("For Jack Robins [?] | with affectionate good wishes | from Graham Greene") on the front free endpaper, half-title, original black cloth, lettered in silver on spine, dust-jacket, collector's dark green slipcase, boards very slightly soiled with some rubbing to head of spine, some slight spotting to edges of jacket flaps
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Literature

Wobbe A41a

Catalogue Note

First published in Swedish the preceding year, Greene's novel set in a leper's colony in remote Africa is "a fascinating study of the relationship of suffering, especially freely accepted suffering -- to wholeness" (review in The New York Times, February 1961).

English Literature, History, Science, Childrens Books and Illustrations

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