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Death / by Henry Handel Richardson
Bib ID 3108774
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, volume]
Author
Richardson, Henry Handel, 1870-1946, author
 
Online Versions
Printer London : De La More Press
Description [London : Printed for private circulation], 1911 
14 pages ; 23 cm 
Summary

Richardson's second separately issued work of a short story. It has been reset by a different printer with Richardson's revision of the text. It is not an offprint from the English review. The title was later changed to Mary Christina.

Notes

Cover title.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-39252607

Related Material Papers and correspondence of Henry Handel Richardson 1852-1983. Series 5. 
Subjects Australian

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