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Three Bodley Head Monographs. Arthur Ransome, Rudyard Kipling, Walter De… (1968)

by Leonard Clark, Hugh Shelley, Rosemary Sutcliff

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Shelley, Hughmain authorall editionsconfirmed
Sutcliff, Rosemarymain authorall editionsconfirmed
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The three monographs (Arthur Ransome by Hugh Shelley; Rudyard Kipling by Rosemary Sutcliff; Walter de la Mare by Leonard Clark) were first published separately by Bodley Head in 1960. This record is for the collected, revised and reset [2nd] edition published in 1968. Do not combine with the individual monographs, or with the 2007 Amazon Publications edition of the Arthur Ransome monograph.
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