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An edition of False Dawn: (The 'forties) (1924)

False dawn

(The 'forties)

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This edition was published in by D. Appleton and Company in New York [etc.].

Written in English

142 pages

In 1840s Europe, Lewis Raycie follows his domineering father's orders to purchase art, but ends up being disinherited when he follows his intuition and selects pieces that are ahead of their time.

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Cover of: False Dawn
False Dawn
September 2000, The Audio Partners, Cover to Cover
Audio cassette in English - Unabridged edition
Cover of: False dawn
False dawn: (The 'forties)
1924, D. Appleton and Company
in English
Cover of: False Dawn
False Dawn
June 1924, Prentice Hall
Hardcover

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False Dawn

(The 'forties)

First published in 1924



Work Description

In 1840s Europe, Lewis Raycie follows his domineering father's orders to purchase art, but ends up being disinherited when he follows his intuition and selects pieces that are ahead of their time.

False dawn

(The 'forties)

This edition was published in by D. Appleton and Company in New York [etc.].


Edition Notes

Illustrated lining-papers.

Series
Her Old New York. [v. 1]

Classifications

Library of Congress
PZ3.W555 Fa, PS3545.H16 Fa

The Physical Object

Pagination
3 p. l., 3-142, [1] p.
Number of pages
142

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL6664802M
Internet Archive
falsedawnthefort00whar
LC Control Number
24011471
OCLC/WorldCat
963709
Library Thing
1760184

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