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Maranek, Jiri

Published by Ceskoslovensky Spisovatel, Praha (1970)

Used Hardcover First Edition

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From: Oxfam Books Harrogate - F0611 (Harrogate, United Kingdom)

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Item Description: Ceskoslovensky Spisovatel, Praha, 1970. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good +. Vasa, Miroslav (illustrator). Presumed First Edition Thus. 3 volume set. Blue or grey cloth; spine ends and corners slightly bumped and worn. White pictorial djs; slight shelfwear, vol.1 has small closed tear upper front, vol. 2 has several small pin-holes in spine. Unclipped, now in clear protective covers. Pink eps. Neat owner sticker ffep vol. 3; otherwise internally unmarked. 328pp; 376pp; 256pp; over 25 colour plates in all. Text in Czech. An attractive set of this historical trilogy, with striking illustrations by Vasa (including those on the dustwrappers). Please note: this is a heavy set, shipping outside the UK will incur extra charge. Bookseller Inventory # 002816

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Jiri Maranek

Published by Prague: Olymp, sv. 4 (1926)

Used Soft cover First Edition

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Item Description: Prague: Olymp, sv. 4, 1926. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Large octavo, wrappers, 44pp. Edition of 500 copies. Book design and fine cover by Vit Obrtel. Maránek (1891-1959), historical novelist and screenwriter, was noted for grotesque, satirical prose from the 1920s and was a participant in Devetsil during the period of this work. By the 1930s he moved to more traditional themes. This copy very good, with uncut signatures. Worldcat finds only one North American library with this title. Bookseller Inventory # 5003

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