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This is a 1921 version of Cliff notes. Ms. Grames has "adapted" Les Miserables into a 32 page summary of the story of Jean Valjean. The Book has a blue cloth binding with black lettering, and is held together by three staples. The condition is remarkable for a book this age, as the only loosening of the staples is in the center four pages, one sheet has begun to come loose. This book is withdrawn from the library, so it has glue residue around the base of the spine. A beautiful little antique book, especially for students of Classical Literature. There is an handwritten note in the front cover: "West Point Dist.23" it says. it also has some stamped names of the library inside the covers. The back cover has the Dewey Decimal code written and some marks . the pocket has been torn out, leaving a scar inside the back cover. Our book number 762.
Title: The Story of Jean Valjean, Adapted from Victor Hugo's "Les Miserables"
Edition: 1st Edition
Location Published: USA, F.A. Owen Publishing Company, Dansville, N.Y.: 1921
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Good
Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Item Weight: 1.00 lbs
Categories: Reference, Antiquarian, Abridgements/Condensed Books
Seller ID: 762
Keywords: adaptation, antiquarian, classics, cliff notes, victor hugo