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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Figgis, Darrell, Chronicle of jails. Dublin: The Talbot Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. Publisher's gray printed wrappers, 12mo, pp. Previous owner name at top edge of title page. Wraps with a few nicks and rubs where they extend beyond the text block in a beveled fashion. Some creasing, as well, and a bit of foxing and toning internal. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Figgis, Darrell, Second chronicle of jails. Dublin: Talbot Press, (OCoLC) Named Person. “This wonderful memoir is about a prison library, but it’s also about love, religion, Shakespeare, murder, the human condition, and Ali G. This is a book for everybody who loves books—felons and non-felons alike.” —A. J. Jacobs, bestselling author of The Year of Reviews:
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