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The Life of a Simple Man by Emile Guillaumin

£12.99

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A fictionalised autobiography, a moving novel based on the experiences of French nineteenth-century peasants. A classic in France, it was the publication of this novel that gave the French peasant's an authentic voice for the first time. It gives a fascinating glimpse into a world now forever vanished but once harsh reality for millions of people.

Sinclair Browne London, 1983. Revised translation and introduction by Eugen Weber. Hardcover with dust jacket. 8vo. Green boards with gold lettering to spine.

Book condition: VG, pages tanned, watermark to top edge. Inscription inside cover dated 1984. Dust jacket condition: Good++, slight rubbing top/bottom of spine, price clipped.

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Author(s):
Guillaumin, Emile 1873-1951
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0863000118
ISBN-13:
9780863000119
Number of pages:
195
Publisher:
Sinclair Browne
Title:
The Life of Simple Man

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A fictionalised autobiography, a moving novel based on the experiences of French nineteenth-century peasants. A classic in France, it was the publication of this novel that gave the French peasant's an authentic voice for the first time. It gives a fascinating glimpse into a world now forever vanished but once harsh reality for millions of people.

Sinclair Browne London, 1983. Revised translation and introduction by Eugen Weber. Hardcover with dust jacket. 8vo. Green boards with gold lettering to spine.

Book condition: VG, pages tanned, watermark to top edge. Inscription inside cover dated 1984. Dust jacket condition: Good++, slight rubbing top/bottom of spine, price clipped.

Author(s):
Guillaumin, Emile 1873-1951
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0863000118
ISBN-13:
9780863000119
Number of pages:
195
Publisher:
Sinclair Browne
Title:
The Life of Simple Man

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