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Blakiston, Philadelphia, 1940.  Hard cover, 410 pages.  Red boards with embossed signature on front, gilt lettering and rules on spine.  Edge, corner and spine end wear, some rubs; yellow top stain, fore-edge deckled, some spots on bottom page block; binding sound with headbands.  No jacket.  Interior clean and unmarked with lightly tanned pages.  Robert Jordan is an American who was living in Spain prior to the Spanish Civil War.  He later fights for the Republic as a dynamiter and is assigned to blow up a bridge during an attack on the city of Segovia.  Due to treachery of other anti-fascists, the detonation equipment is stolen, and Jordan and his group must blow up the bridge in a more dangerous manner.

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