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Welcome to Collecting the Modern Library, the most complete published source available anywhere for information, discussion, and leads on all aspects of collecting books published with the Modern Library imprint from 1917 through 1996. This website is brought to you through the courtesy of its financial and content contributors. Your active participation is earnestly solicited.
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