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Author

Ernest Vincent Wright

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Illustrator

Cora M. Norman

Title

The Wonderful Fairies of the Sun

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 LCCN: 79128005 | OCLC: 7275275

Publisher

Roberts Brothers

Printer

University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge, U.S.A.

Year of publication

Place of publication

Boston

Language

English

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English: DjVu copy of The Wonderful Fairies of the Sun, the first book by Ernest Vincent Wright. Wright would become famous for his 1939 lipogrammatic novel, Gadsby.
Originally published in 1896; uploaded to Commons on March 15, 2013 by Slgrandson (talk · contribs) via URL2Commons. From the collections of the Library of Congress.
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