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Complete Works of Frank Norris 1903  

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Complete Works of Frank Norris
Norris, Frank
New York
Doubleday, Page & Company

Complete in 7 volumes. With 2 frontispieces (including 1 portrait) and map. (4to) later maroon morocco with gilt stamped design, raised spine bands, gilt decorated spines, top edges gilt. One of 100 sets on Strathmore Paper. Golden Gate Edition.

All volumes state No. 62 of 100 sets at the limitation, with the exception of Vol. 7, which states No. 63. Vol. 1: Blix; Moran of the Lady Letty, Vol. 2: A Deal in Wheat, Vol. 3: McTeague, Vol. 4: A Man's Woman, Vol. 5: The Octopus, Vol. 6: The Pit, Vol. 7: The Responsibilities of the Novelist. A scarce complete set, handsome binding. Provenance: Sandor Burstein.

Lot Amendments
Some wear and scuffing to bindings with some fraying at head and heel of spines; front hinge cracked on 3 volumes, a few other starting, some light offsetting to endpapers, interiors solid; very good.
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