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The Lady with the Camelias, by Alexandre Dumas
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The Lady with the Camelias
is a semi-autobiographical novel, written when Dumas was 23 years old. It is a tragic love story based on the author's brief love affair with a courtesan, Marie Duplessis.
First published in 1848, it is more usually known in English simply as
. The story formed the basis for Giuseppe Verdi’s opera
Alexandre Dumas ‘fils’ (1824–1895) was the son of Alexandre Dumas ‘père’ (1802 – 1870) the author of swash-buckling historical adventures like The Three Musketeers.
Published by Collins Clear-Type Press, no publication date but likely to be 1920.
One of the Collins Library of Classics Series.
Good condition. A very nice pocket size book in hardback. No Dust jacket.
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