November Sale! - This month books in the Literature section priced at $75 or less will be 50% off.
Thanksgiving / Black Friday / Cyber Monday ... all of the things SALE:
All items including prints priced at $100 or less will be 30% through Monday, November 27th
A selection of 10 additional books across categories is also offered for sale this month.
*Sale items exclude items sold on consignment, private press, artists' books, and new arrivals.*
We are now accepting appointments at our new location at Historic Savage Mill. We are available most weekdays for in shop browsing or curbside pickups, but please call in advance.
** WE WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND **
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Paris: Plon-Nourrit et C(ie). Hardcover. André Lichtenberger (1870-1940, Paris) was a French novelist and sociologist. This novel, published in 1910, is the story of a young boy, Michel, who inherits the throne of a fictional European country. The novel is the basis for a 1933 French film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Robert Lynen, Arlette Marchal and Béatrice Bretty. 12mo. Brown patterned cloth-covered boards, with light brown leather covering to spine. Title in gilt to spine. Cover shows minor wear and scuffing to edges and corners. Purple patterned front and back endpapers. Pages are browned but clean. Bookseller's label on inside front cover and owner's signature on free front endpaper and title page. 306 pages. FRELANG/082522. Very Good.