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The Hunting of the Snark

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Hardcover published by Melville House (Melville House)

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A beautifully re-illustrated edition of Lewis Carroll's unforgetabe story: "the impossible voyage of an improbable crew to find an inconeivable creature."
 
The master of nonsense, Lewis Carroll, re-illustrated in a fabulous new edition. A lovely gift book, and a delight to share, and read aloud.
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A beautifully re-illustrated edition of Lewis Carroll's unforgetabe story: "the impossible voyage of an improbable crew to find an inconeivable creature."
 
The master of nonsense, Lewis Carroll, re-illustrated in a fabulous new edition. A lovely gift book, and a delight to share, and read aloud.
Product Details
Hardcover (96 pages)
Published: November 2, 2010
Publisher: Melville House
Imprint: Melville House
ISBN: 9781935554240
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