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The dead Leman
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The Dead Leman and Other Tales from the French. London: Swan Sonnenschein, Quarto, original black cloth gilt rebacked with original spine laid down, top edge gilt, uncut, housed in a custom chemise and half morocco slipcase.
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Middle English lefman, leman, from lef lief.Introduction - The dead leman / by The?ophile Gautier - How we took the redoubt / by Prosper Me?rime?e - The taper / by Le?on Tolstoi - These lots to be sold / by Edmond About - A conversion / by Th.
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In Clarimonde's chamber at the Concini Palace, there's a white rose that at her time of death only has one leaf left.