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Hedda Gabler / Henrik Ibsen
Bib ID 4763929
Format BookBook
Author
Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906
 
Uniform Title Hedda Gabler. English
Description Girard, Kan. : Haldeman-Julius Co., [1923] 
122 p. ; 13 cm. 
Series

Ten cent pocket series ; no. 350

Notes

Pages 115-122 contain advertising matter.

Advertised 28 July 1923, Haldeman-Julius Weekly, p. 1.

Later printings issued in Little blue book series wrappers; last printings lack advertising matter.

Subjects Married people -- Drama.  |  Norway -- Drama.

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