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Title: War and Peace
Author: Leo Tolstoy
Publisher: J. M. Dent & Sons
The books are in very good condition; a delightful addition to any library!
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In the unusual event that you are not entirely satisfied with your book you have 14 days to request a full return/refund (incl. return shipping costs). After which time we unfortunately won't be able to offer you a refund or exchange. Refunds will be paid on receipt of the returned item.
A beautiful dark blue and silver patterned set of Tolstoy's War and Peace--the perfect gift for all lovers of Russian and vintage books available on our second hand bookstore!
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