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The Moon Out of Reach by Margaret Pedler 1921

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Antiquarian & Collectible

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1921

Category:

Literature

Topic:

Fiction

Author:

Margaret Pedler

Publisher:

Grosset & Dunlap

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The Moon Out of Reach by Margaret Pedler 1921 The Moon Out of Reach Margaret Pedler New York: Grosset and Dunlap Copyright 1921 381pages The binding is weak, the rear hinge is broken but all pages are present and attached. The pages are lightly tanned and there is a name and a gift inscription dated 1925 written on the front end paper. The last page is creased. The cover is very rubbed and edge worn. Fair. Hardcover. Chapter 1: She was kneeling on the hearthrug, grasping the poker firmly in one hand. Now and again she gave the fire a truculent prod with it as though to emphasize her remarks. "Ask and ye shall receive! ...Tout vient a point a celui qui sail attendre! Where on earth is there any foundation for such optimism, I'd like to know!" A sleek brown head bent determinedly above some sewing lifted itself, and a pair of amused eyes rested on the speaker. "Really, Nan, you mustn't confound French proverbs with quotation from the Scriptures. They're not at all the same thing." (#00001001)
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