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In 1937, French author Roger Martin du Gard was awarded the Literature Nobel Prize for "The Thibaults." Written between 1922 and 1929, this 800-page chronicle of a Parisian family is a rewarding work for readers interested primarily in psychological motivations of complex, life-like characters.
The book consists of six novels of varying length, although reading the novels out of sequence may result in a lack of overall clarity. The setting of the first novel is 1898, while the last novel concludes in 1913. A very important book in history.
Condition: This book is in great condition. No dust jacket and a previous owners name scripted in black ink in the first blank page. That is it! It is in perfect binding condition, no other marks or writing in or on it. A beautiful copy to have forever in one's library.
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WE WILL SHIP ANYWHERE, THE $99.99 IS A PLACEHOLDER FOR EVERYWHERE ELSE - PLEASE WRITE ME AND I WILL HOLD THE ITEM FOR A QUOTE FOR YOU TO SHIP IT.

The Thibaults 1939c by Roger Martin Dugard VGUC


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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
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