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Author

Henry James (1843–1916)

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Title

The Aspern Papers, Louisa Pallant, The Modern Warning

Edition

2nd edition, American issue.

Publisher

Macmillan & Co.

Year of publication

Place of publication

London & New York

Language

English

Description

This is a full scan of The Aspern Papers, Louisa Pallant, The Modern Warning (1 volume, London & New York: Macmillan & Co., 1888) by Henry James. This is the 1-volume 2nd edition — the first to be issued in America. It was preceded by a 3-volume 1st edition, issued only in England.

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